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TWHBEA Reschedules Performance Horse Summit



TWHBEA announces the rescheduled date of the Performance Horse Summit as Saturday, May 4, 2013.  The Summit will be held at TWHBEA, beginning at 8:00 a.m.  A nominal registration fee of $25 for TWHBEA members and $35 for non-members will cover attendance, materials, and include a light breakfast and lunch. 

The Summit is open to all industry stakeholders and will provide an opportunity to compare ideas regarding effective self-regulation, scientific analysis, communication and education, primarily in relation to the Performance Horse divisions.  This will be an agenda driven meeting with time allowed for open forum discussion, and questions for speakers as time allows (click here for agenda). 

Confirmed speakers at this time include Dr. Ram Purohit, DVM, Professor Emeritus, Auburn University, author of the ‘Auburn Study’ and cosigner of the Atlanta Protocols; Duane Rector, former DQP Coordinator for PRIDE HIO; and Dr. Raymond C. Miller, DVM, cosigner of the Atlanta Protocols.  Further details regarding speakers will be forthcoming.

Due to space and catering concerns, reservations will be necessary.  Please contact Mrs. Diane White, TWHBEA Executive Secretary, to make your reservation by May 1st, by calling (931) 359-0581.

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