When: Saturday March 2nd, 2018

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

Click Here for Conference Brochure

Contact: Erika Eckstrom

What is the Schuyler Equine Conference?

The Schuyler Equine Conference is an event to celebrate the coming warm season! This indoor conference is a great opportunity to come out, have some fun and bring the whole family!

The conference is jam packed with information to educate equestrians on a variety of important horse ownership topics that are essential knowledge. No matter how experienced you are, everyone can learn. 

The Schuyler Equine Conference provides a jam packed day with information for equestrians of all levels in the community.

Speakers are still formulating their presentations but we have a great line up already on the docket including 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


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

Tabling Booth
tabling booths are available to industry vendors and include
a 1/8 page black and white advertisment in our conference program

Program Advertisement
1/8 page black and white advertisment in our conference program



This is the schedule form 2018. The 2019 Schedule will be formalized soon.



Station A

Station B

continental breakfast

Winter Keeping of the Hard Keeper

Cathy Auge
Willow Hill Naturals Educator and Trainer

The Effects of Conformation on
Soundness and Performance

Steve Kraus
Cornell Head Farrier and Lecturer


Nutrition and Health

Megan Cox
Empire Equine Veterinarian

Saddle Trees & Bit Fit

Erika Eckstrom
Painted Bar Stables Owner and Trainer


Equine Colic Management

Lauren Luedke
Cornell University Equine Hospital

Pelvic Health

Christine Trumble
Trumble Physical Therapy


Pulled Pork
Mac’n cheese
Tossed Salad

The WIDTH Protocol:
Shoeing vs. Barefoot

Steve Kraus
Cornell Head Farrier and Lecturer

NY Equine Liability Law Q&A

Lindsay Wickham
New York Farm Bureau Field Advisor


Tax Reform

Rebecca Barrett
H&R Block


Veterinary Emergencies

Annie Madison
Starland Veterinary Services

Equine Business Bookkeeping

Gloria Cassetti
Creekside Bookkeeping and Business Management


Equine Vaccinations

Julia Gray
Starland Veterinary Services

Soft Hands and the Supple Poll

Stasia Newell
Newell Farm Trainer and Equine Massage Therapist



Exposition and Sale Booths

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