Saturday, 17. August 2019, Zeb's Wish Equine Sanctuary, Thinking Outside the Box Stall: An Introduction to Cooperative Horse Care

from 17. August 2019 - 10:00
till 18. August 2019 - 17:00

Zeb's Wish Equine Sanctuary

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Event description
3-day workshop includes:

Fri 7-9pm: Introductory Talk (Part I)
Sat 10am-5pm: Free the Stabled Mind (Part II)
Sun 10am-5pm: Cooperation without Sedation (Part III)
Sat night wine tasting & discussion 

Early Bird pricing for all 3 days, through July 31st: $350
After Aug 1st: $425
Space is limited, register today!
For tickets to Friday overview talk ONLY, visit
Ticket value for Friday night may be transfered to this event, minus a $5 service fee, if space allows.

Event details:
Demo horses will be provided by Zeb's Wish. No trailer-ins. 

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This is an unmounted clinic involving sitting, standing and walking on an incline. When registering, please let us know about any accommodation assistance we can provide. A golf cart is available to transport attendees from the parking area. 

Part I: An Overview of Cooperative Horse Care
Cooperative Care is an "outside the box” approach to training that emphasizes low-stress handling and evidence-based techniques.
Megan Phillips & Jody Ambrose of Train with Trust have been working with horses and other animals for over 25 years, using methods that bring true innovation to domestic equine management.
This introductory talk includes an informative presentation, live demonstrations, beverages & snacks.
AntFarm Café & Bakery, 39140 Proctor Blvd
Purchase tickets for Friday event only at:

Part II: Free the Stabled Mind
Given a choice, would horses stand around in the same spot all day, waiting for someone to deliver food? Of course not! Horses, mules and donkeys are meant to roam and forage, expressing themselves through their natural behavior and socialization. Domestic animals that live alone, in stalls, seldom have opportunities to truly be themselves.
Let us show you how simple it can be to enrich your equine partners' lives by providing opportunities to perform natural behavior. Learn techniques used around the world to bring out the essential nature and watch your horses thrive.

Part III: Cooperation without Sedation
 Have you ever wanted to give up after a few rounds of trying to worm your horse? Do you suspect your farrier is starting to avoid your calls? We know routine husbandry care is beneficial and necessary, but our horses have no idea what's in it for them. This can result in a struggle that leaves everyone tired, frustrated and anxious. Is there another way?
 All horses possess the intelligence and sensitivity needed to participate voluntarily in their own care. When we communicate our expectations clearly and make it worth their while, our horses can become our willing partners.

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