Anatomy and Movement
Iris Ege, local vet and acupuncturist, will be giving another illustrated talk on Anatomy and Movement on May 17th from 11am – 4pm. This will be the third in the series and will focus on resolving crookedness. All horses, (like people) are more or less one sided with a preferred way of standing and moving and this impacts on their balance, soundness and longevity. This lecture/demo combines Iris’ veterinary knowledge with practical schooling tips from Sue Nevill-Parker so that youcan recognise imbalance in the horse and understand how best to help it.
Venue: Arrow Equestrian, Weston House Farm, Pembridge HR6 9JE
Sunday, May 17 th, 11am – 4pm
11am: Theory, 1pm break, tea provided, bring your own lunch
1:30pm: lunging demonstration and ridden work 3:30pm: Your questions answered
Cost: £20 in advance and £25 on the day.
Tickets from Sue. Tel: 01544 388321