Open College of Equine Studies
Science Weekends in exquisite setting
new location of the Open College of Equine Studies offers a superb
venue for relaxing and learning more about horses. Now based on
the Boxted Estate in the Glem Valley near Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk
in the grounds of a 14th Century moated baronial hall, the college
provides the perfect setting for a short course in equine science.
Weekend courses are suitable for students, professionals in the
equestrian sphere and horse-owners who have a particular interest
in the topics covered.
Stud Management, 13th & 14th September, will be led by Dr Nicky
Holdstock BA, MA, Vet.MB, PhD, Cert.EM. (Stud Med), LVI, MRCVS.
Therapies, 20th & 21st September, combines class-room based
lectures with practical hands-on sessions with qualified
Behaviour and Welfare, 11th & 12th October, will be led by Dr.
Amanda Badnell-Waters BSc, MSc, PhD, the colleges newly appointed
Head of Equine Higher Education and Postgraduate Education and will
comprise a range of lectures and practical activities including
behavioural problems and their management. Equine Behavioural Therapist
Cathy Tindall will demonstrate join-up techniques.
fees are £245 per person for enrolled TOCES students and £285
for non-TOCES students and include lunch, dinner, drinks and accommodation
on the Saturday and breakfast and lunch on the Sunday.
to the office for full timetables and booking forms.
Open College of Equine Studies, Boxted, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk,
282123, Fax: 01787 280278, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org