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When: Saturday, February 15th, 2020

Time: 9:00am

Where: Watkins Glen Community Center

Things to Eat: Fully Catered Breakfast and Lunch

Purchase Tickets Online

Sign up for a Booth to Promote your Business

Contact: Erika Eckstrom
schuylerequineconference@paintedbarstables.com

What is the Schuyler Equine Conference?

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The Schuyler Equine Conference is a content based information and learning event for equine enthusiasts to preparethe coming warm season! This indoor conference is a great opportunity to come out, have some fun and bring the whole family!

The Schuyler Equine Conference provides a jam packed day with information for equestrians of all levels in the community. No matter how experienced you are, there are presentations foreveryone.

The conference consists of a dozen or more presentations, round tables and business tables with information to educate equestrians on a variety of important horse riding and ownership topics that are essential knowledge. 

Speakers include a mix of trainers, veterinarians, farriers and farm development experts and more!

Register early and get the good price; price increases at the door the day of the event.

This event is supported by the Schuyler County Farm Bureau and Cornell Cooperative Extension Schuyler County

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

All tickets include entrance to the conference, breakfast,
lunch, conference booklet and printouts of presentation materials

Purchase Tickets Online

  Pre Order At Door
Adult Ticket $60 $75
Youth Ticket $30 $35
     

Family Package
family package for two youth tickets and two adult tickets

$140 $175

Youth Group Package
youth group package for five youth and one supervising adult attending as a group

$170 $205
$25 additional youth $30 additional youth
     

Exhibitor Tables
Exhibitor Tables are $60.
Every exhibitor table includes a free listing in our conference brochure.
Each table include meals for one or two staff members. If you have additional staff they will be required to purchase a meal ticket for $20.
Additional 1/8 page advertisements are available for $15 if you purchase a table.

Exhibitors must purchase their exhibition table AND also fill out this questionaire: https://forms.gle/sTfKY1V8ng2kBYYs9

$60 for 1 Staff

$80 for 2 Staff

 
     
Program Advertisement
1/8 page advertisment in our conference program

$30 for advertisement only

$15 with purchase of an exhibition table

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Speaker Topics for 2020

The 2020 Schedule will be formalized soon.

 
 
 
 

Equine Nutrition

Managing Orthopedic Emergencies:
first aid for lacerations, fractures & beyond

Michelle L. Delco, DMV, PhD, Dipl. ACVS

Veterinarian, Cornell University
Assistant Research Professor, Department of Clinical Sciences
Large Animal Staff Surgeon, Cornell Hospital for Animals
Equine Surgeon, Cornell Ruffian Equine Specialists

 

GemNastics for Rider Fitness: Gentle Easy Movements

Peggy Norwood Stella

Exercise Physiologist & Kinesiologist
Equessence LLC

Pasture Management

John Wickham

Agricultural Environmental Management & Upper Susquehanna Coalition Grazing Specialist
Schuyler County Soil and Water Conservation District

 
ADDITIONAL TOPICS TO BE ANNOUNCED AS SPEAKERS ARE FINALIZED  

 

Our Sponsors and Donors

New York Farm Bureau Cornell Cooperative Extension
Poulin Grain NY State Horse Council  
TNT Tick Natural Terminator Riding Warehouse SmartPak
Barnstormer Winery Triple Crown Cayuga Dressage and Combined Training
AllTrails    

 

Speakers and Topics from 2019

LisaLisa Fortier, DVM, PhD, DACVS Equine Arthritis
Elaine Claffey, DVM Poor Performance in the Equine Athlete
Steve Kraus, CJF Angular Limb and Flexural Deformities in Foals
Tammy Marsh Equine Assisted Learning:
What is Equine Assisted Learning and why does it work?
Sasha Kone, ACEqD Equine Dentistry: 
Why your horse needs it and the importance of specialized certification
Julia Gray, DVM Introduction to Equine Acupuncture
Annie Madison, DVM Common Issues Encountered by the Aged (Wise) Horse
Val McCloskey Outside Rein
Luke Reinbold Playing the Reaction Game: How reacting to our horse's behavior can leave us a step behind.
Sarah Collier Equine Liability: Navigating The Safety in Agriculture Tourism Act
Cathy Auge Transitioning from the Track
Rustin Wilson Fencing: 
How to build it, how to fix it, and how it works
Staci Saulter Saddle Fit: The process and problems of fitting a saddle 

Exposition and Sale Booths from 2019

Upstate Cow Horse Productions New Country Tack Alleghany Mountain Trail Saddles
Home Depot Kelsey Does the Derby Reclaimer Woodworking
Painted Horizon Ranch Retired Racehorse Project ECTRA
New York Horse Magazine NY Horse Council Empire Farm & Fence Supply
Under The Moonlight Alpaca Ranch Cornell Cooperative Extension Ort Family Farm
Farm Bureau of Schuyler County Gales Equine FarmNet

Speakers and Topics from 2018

LisaLisa Fortier, DVM, PhD, DACVS Equine Arthritis
Elaine Claffey, DVM Poor Performance in the Equine Athlete