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University of Guelph Equine Industry Symposium

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University of Guelph Equine Industry Symposium

Time: November 17, 2019 from 9am to 5pm
Location: Rozanski Hall room 101, at the University of Guelph main campus
Street: ROZH, 98 Trent Ln
City/Town: Guelph, ON, Canada
Website or Map: https://www.uoguelph.ca/oac/a…
Phone: +1 519-824-4120
Event Type: symposium
Organized By: University of Guelph
Latest Activity: Oct 17

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Event Description

The fourth annual Equine Industry Symposium will be hosted by BBRM Event Management students.
The Symposium is a chance for industry professionals to learn about and discuss the industry as a whole. The main focus of this year’s Symposium will be ‘Change’. Professionals from different backgrounds in the industry will discuss ‘Our changing relationship with horses, being the change your horse needs, making changes in the industry, and human behaviour change for horse welfare. Speakers include Dr. Sandra Olsen, Lisa Ashton, Debbie Busby, and a panel discussion with Anthony MacDonald, Warren Byrne, and Danielle Yaghdjian. Once again we have the pleasure of having Akaash Maharaj as the facilitator for the day.

This event is free and open to anyone involved in the equine industry looking to discuss changes in the industry. Advanced registration is required.

You can register for the Equine Industry Symposium through eventbrite here.

Lunch will be served at this event. If you have any dietary needs or restrictions please contact eqevents@uoguelph.ca

Free parking is available in P10 and P12 on weekends.

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