Enjoy four evenings with Centenary’s Equine Studies faculty discussing horse health and training tips!
Centenary College is offering a series of Monday evening programs in February. All programs are from 6:30-8:30 pm at the Centenary College Equestrian Center, 30 Califon Rd. , Long Valley, NJ.
The presentations are free to the community.
- February 2, 2015: Arthritis from Horses to Humans
Michael Fugaro, VMD, Professor of Equine Studies
- February 9, 2015: Performance Supplements, The Good, The Bad, The Ugly
Lynn Taylor, PhD, Professor of Equine Studies
- February 15, 2015: Conditioning the Hunter/ Jumper
Kelly Martin Munz, MSc, Professor of Equine Studies
- February 23, 2015: Benefits of Gymnastic Training for the Horse
Michael T. Dowling, Assistant Professor of Equine Studies (In the USET Indoor Arena)
To register or for questions please contact:
Kelly Martin Munz, MSc
The Monmouth County 4-H Small Animal Advisory will be hosting a Rabbit Academy on Saturday, February 22 from 9:30 am to 1 pm at the Monmouth County Agricultural Building. The Academy will include educational sessions on:
- Rabbit 101- Where to Begin? Basic Care of a Rabbit
- Show Preparation- What Should I Bring to a Rabbit Show?
- Building an Outdoor Rabbit Hutch- Guided Demonstration Showmanship- Learn How to Win Showmanship
- Genetics- Solving the Mysteries of Breeding
- Nutrition- What Kind Of Feed Should I Give My Rabbit? How Much?
- Nest Boxes- Learn How to Make Your Own
- Rabbit Judging- Experience How Rabbits Are Judged
- Lion head Rabbit Presentation- All about This Breed
Entry Fees- $3 before 2/14 and $5 day of event
Make check payable to: The Monmouth County 4-H S.A.A.
Mail check to: P.O. Box 5033, 4000 Kozloski Rd. Freehold, NJ 07728