UNDERSTAND YOUR HORSE
Sep
17
7:00 pm19:00

UNDERSTAND YOUR HORSE

  • Myerscough College, Preston PR3 0RY (map)
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Would you like to learn how to understand why your horse behaves the way he does?

A better understanding of horse behaviour and can help you improve your relationship with your own horse and give you the confidence to make better-informed choices about riding, handling, training and competing.

You will learn about:

• different aspects of horse behaviour (including play, sleep, social life, eating, drinking, movement etc)
• the horse's behavioural needs
• tips to improve your horse’s behaviour and reduce stress
• common reasons why some behaviour problems occur and how to avoid them

This evening talk is aimed at horse owners, students and equestrian professionals interested in learning more about horse behaviour.

CPD attendance certificates will be available, please email Justine if you would like one.

TICKET PRICE £17.50

Includes refreshments.

Tickets are limited and need to be purchased in advance, no tickets will be available on the door.

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ABOUT JUSTINE

Justine is a fully certified member of the International Association of Animal Behaviour Consultants (IAABC). She is also the organisation’s UK Chair, a member of the Application Review Committee, and a Mentor for both the IAABC's Online Mentorship programme and the Animal Behaviour Consulting Principles & Practice course. Justine is also registered as an Accredited Animal Behaviourist with the Animal Behaviour and Training Council and the organisation’s Vice Chair.

In addition to helping horse owners solve their horse behaviour problems Justine regularly writes for a number of equestrian magazines worldwide including Horse, Horse & Hound, Your Horse, Endurance GB, Horse & Rider (US & UK), Bit (Netherlands), Horses & People (Australia), Horse Deals (UK & Australia), The Sun, nutritional supplement company VetVits and Petplan Equine Insurance.

Justine lectures on the BSc (Hons) Behavioural Science Degree at Writtle University College and also acts as an expert consultant in legal disputes and court cases involving equine behaviour.

For further information about Justine please click here.

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UNDERSTAND YOUR HORSE
Sep
19
7:00 pm19:00

UNDERSTAND YOUR HORSE

  • Reaseheath College, Nantwich, Cheshire CW5 6DF (map)
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Would you like to learn how to understand why your horse behaves the way he does?

A better understanding of horse behaviour and can help you improve your relationship with your own horse and give you the confidence to make better-informed choices about riding, handling, training and competing.

You will learn about:

• different aspects of horse behaviour (including play, sleep, social life, eating, drinking, movement etc)
• the horse's behavioural needs
• tips to improve your horse’s behaviour and reduce stress
• common reasons why some behaviour problems occur and how to avoid them

This evening talk is aimed at horse owners, students and equestrian professionals interested in learning more about horse behaviour.

CPD attendance certificates will be available, please email Justine if you would like one.

TICKET PRICE £17.50

Includes refreshments.

Tickets are limited and need to be purchased in advance, no tickets will be available on the door.

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ABOUT JUSTINE

Justine is a fully certified member of the International Association of Animal Behaviour Consultants (IAABC). She is also the organisation’s UK Chair, a member of the Application Review Committee, and a Mentor for both the IAABC's Online Mentorship programme and the Animal Behaviour Consulting Principles & Practice course. Justine is also registered as an Accredited Animal Behaviourist with the Animal Behaviour and Training Council and the organisation’s Vice Chair.

In addition to helping horse owners solve their horse behaviour problems Justine regularly writes for a number of equestrian magazines worldwide including Horse, Horse & Hound, Your Horse, Endurance GB, Horse & Rider (US & UK), Bit (Netherlands), Horses & People (Australia), Horse Deals (UK & Australia), The Sun, nutritional supplement company VetVits and Petplan Equine Insurance.

Justine lectures on the BSc (Hons) Behavioural Science Degree at Writtle University College and also acts as an expert consultant in legal disputes and court cases involving equine behaviour.

For further information about Justine please click here.

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EQUINE BEHAVIOUR FORUM SEMINAR
Sep
28
10:30 am10:30

EQUINE BEHAVIOUR FORUM SEMINAR

  • Writtle University College, Chelmsford, Essex (map)
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Lucy Rees – Horses in Company

Justine will be speaking at the Equine Behaviour Forum Scientific Seminar at Writtle University College on September 28. Her lecture ‘Notes from the field’ will focus on the practice of horse behaviour consulting and feature some of her cases.

Lucy Rees, the brilliant equine ethologist and author of ‘Horses in Company’ and The Horse’s Mind’ will be speaking at the seminar for the first time in many years, making this a must see event!

Talks start at 11am:

Morning Session: “Notes from the field” Justine Harrison CHBC

Behaviour problems have been cited as one of the biggest factors causing horse owners to sell or euthanise their horse. However, there has been little research into the nature of behaviour problems and successful behaviour modification. 

Equine behaviour consultant Justine Harrison will talk about her work and how she uses LIMA (Least Intrusive, Minimally Aversive) principles along with the science of behaviour and learning to help horse owners solve their horse behaviour problems. Justine will analyse her last 100 cases to reveal common behavioural issues, patterns and trends in management and training. She will also review several real-life case studies of different behaviour problems.

Afternoon session: Lucy Rees will talk (two sessions) on various subjects including her latest book “Horses in Company”. So many people have said over the years that Lucy was the reason they became interested or more knowledgeable about equine behaviour so we are very privileged to have her speak at our last seminar.

As this is the last ever EBF seminar to be held members can attend free of charge (paid up EBF members who receive the journal, not facebook members).

The theatre holds 200 so there is no worry about getting a place (in theory). There is a cafe and pub nearby.

You can find out more about the seminar here: https://www.facebook.com/events/217254349175742

Tickets are FREE for Equine Behaviour Forum members and £20 for non-members. To book tickets contact Judith Turner at equiphile@talktalk.net or the Equine Behaviour Forum http://www.equinebehaviourforum.org

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UNDERSTAND YOUR HORSE
Sep
29
10:00 am10:00

UNDERSTAND YOUR HORSE

  • Writtle University College, Chelmsford, Essex CM1 3RR (map)
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Would you like to learn why your horse behaves the way he does and how to recognise his body language?

A better understanding of horse behaviour and body language can help you improve your relationship with your own horse and give you the confidence to make better-informed choices about riding, handling, training and competing.

This one day workshop is an introduction to horse behaviour and body language. The day will include presentations as well as observational exercises with horses. You will benefit from an improved understanding of how your own horse behaves and gain new practical skills to help keep, manage and train your horse.

You will learn about:

• different aspects of horse behaviour (including play, sleep, their social life, eating, drinking, movement, reproduction etc)
• the horse's behavioural needs
• tips to improve your horse’s behaviour and reduce stress
• equine communication
• reading equine body language
• how to recognise pain, stress and fear
• how to assess emotional thresholds
• practical observation of the horse’s body language

This workshop is aimed at horse owners, students and equestrian professionals interested in learning more about horse behaviour.

CPD attendance certificates will be available, please email Justine if you would like one.


TICKETS

Tickets are limited and need to be purchased in advance, no tickets will be available on the door.

Early Bird price before 30 August £65
Regular price after 30 August £80

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STUDENT PLACES

Writtle University students can buy tickets for the reduced price of £50.
You will be asked to give your student number when buying the ticket.

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ABOUT JUSTINE

Justine is a fully certified member of the International Association of Animal Behaviour Consultants (IAABC). She is also the organisation’s UK Chair, a member of the Application Review Committee, and a Mentor for both the IAABC's Online Mentorship programme and the Animal Behaviour Consulting Principles & Practice course. Justine is also registered as an Accredited Animal Behaviourist with the Animal Behaviour and Training Council and the organisation’s Vice Chair.

In addition to helping horse owners solve their horse behaviour problems Justine regularly writes for a number of equestrian magazines worldwide including Horse, Horse & Hound, Your Horse, Endurance GB, Horse & Rider (US & UK), Bit (Netherlands), Horses & People (Australia), Horse Deals (UK & Australia), The Sun, nutritional supplement company VetVits and Petplan Equine Insurance.

Justine lectures on the BSc (Hons) Behavioural Science Degree at Writtle University College and also acts as an expert consultant in legal disputes and court cases involving equine behaviour.

For further information about Justine please click here.

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UNDERSTAND YOUR HORSE – EQUINE BODY LANGUAGE
Oct
8
7:00 pm19:00

UNDERSTAND YOUR HORSE – EQUINE BODY LANGUAGE

  • Newton Rigg College, Penrith, Cumbria, CA11 0AH (map)
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Would you like to understand how your horse communicates and to be able to read his body language?

A better understanding of how horses communicate and being able to read their body language can help you improve your relationship with your own horse and give you the confidence to make better-informed choices about riding, handling and training and help keep you safe every day.

This evening talk is an introduction to equine body language and communication. You will benefit from an improved understanding of how your own horse behaves, how they communicate with each other and with us as well as gaining new practical skills to recognise when your horse is stressed, frightened, relaxed or in pain.

You will learn about:

  • how horses communicate

  • how to read equine body language

  • how to recognise pain, stress and fear

  • how to assess the horse’s emotional thresholds

  • recognising the best time to train your horse

  • tips to improve your horse’s behaviour and reduce stress

This evening talk is aimed at horse owners, students and equestrian professionals interested in learning more about horse behaviour.

CPD attendance certificates will be available, please email Justine if you would like one.

TICKETS £17.50

Tickets are limited and need to be purchased in advance, no tickets will be available on the door.

Ticket price includes refreshments.

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ABOUT JUSTINE

Justine is a fully certified member of the International Association of Animal Behaviour Consultants (IAABC). She is also the organisation’s UK Chair, a member of the Application Review Committee, and a Mentor for both the IAABC's Online Mentorship programme and the Animal Behaviour Consulting Principles & Practice course. Justine is also registered as an Accredited Animal Behaviourist with the Animal Behaviour and Training Council and the organisation’s Vice Chair.

In addition to helping horse owners solve their horse behaviour problems Justine regularly writes for a number of equestrian magazines worldwide including Horse, Horse & Hound, Your Horse, Endurance GB, Horse & Rider (US & UK), Bit (Netherlands), Horses & People (Australia), Horse Deals (UK & Australia), The Sun, nutritional supplement company VetVits and Petplan Equine Insurance.

Justine lectures on the BSc (Hons) Behavioural Science Degree at Writtle University College and also acts as an expert consultant in legal disputes and court cases involving equine behaviour.

For further information about Justine please click here.

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AN INTRODUCTION TO HORSE BEHAVIOUR CONSULTING
Aug
11
9:45 am09:45

AN INTRODUCTION TO HORSE BEHAVIOUR CONSULTING

  • New Barn Livery, Chelford, Cheshire WA16 8TA (map)
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Would you like to learn about horse behaviour, how to manage behaviour problems and find out more about horse behaviour consulting?

A better understanding of horse behaviour and the principles of consulting can help you improve your relationship with your own horse and give you the confidence to make better-informed choices about riding, handling, training and competing.

Justine will look at common behaviour problems and why they occur as well as an introduction to the principles and practice of horse behaviour consulting. The day will include presentations and real life case studies.

You will learn about:

  • common causes of horse behaviour problems

  • common behaviour problems and how to manage them

  • the horse's behavioural needs

  • equine stress and how to manage it

  • how to assess horse behaviour

  • how to assess emotional thresholds

  • the process of horse behaviour consulting

  • working with LIMA (Least Invasive, Minimally Aversive) principles

  • real-life case studies

This weekend is aimed at horse owners, students and equestrian professionals interested in learning about how to manage different behaviour problems and for those wishing to learn more about behaviour consulting.

CPD attendance certificates will be available, please email Justine if you would like one.

TICKETS

Tickets are limited and need to be purchased in advance, no tickets will be available on the door.

This is Day 2 of a two day event but you can buy either a one day or two day ticket. Ticket price includes refreshments and a light lunch.

One day ticket - horse behaviour consulting day only
Early Bird price before 10 July £75
Regular price after 10 July £85

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Early Bird price before 10 July £140
Regular price after 10 July £170

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For information and tickets for the behaviour workshop on 10 August click here

ABOUT JUSTINE

Justine is a fully certified member of the International Association of Animal Behaviour Consultants (IAABC). She is also the organisation’s UK Chair, a member of the Application Review Committee, and a Mentor for both the IAABC's Online Mentorship programme and the Animal Behaviour Consulting Principles & Practice course. Justine is also registered as an Accredited Animal Behaviourist with the Animal Behaviour and Training Council and the organisation’s Vice Chair.

In addition to helping horse owners solve their horse behaviour problems Justine regularly writes for a number of equestrian magazines worldwide including Horse, Horse & Hound, Your Horse, Endurance GB, Horse & Rider (US & UK), Bit (Netherlands), Horses & People (Australia), Horse Deals (UK & Australia), The Sun, nutritional supplement company VetVits and Petplan Equine Insurance.

Justine lectures on the BSc (Hons) Behavioural Science Degree at Writtle University College and also acts as an expert consultant in legal disputes and court cases involving equine behaviour.

For further information about Justine please click here.

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UNDERSTAND YOUR HORSE – BEHAVIOUR WORKSHOP
Aug
10
9:45 am09:45

UNDERSTAND YOUR HORSE – BEHAVIOUR WORKSHOP

  • New Barn Livery, Knutsford, Cheshire WA16 8TA (map)
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Would you like to understand your horse’s behaviour and read his body language?

A better understanding of horse behaviour and body language can help you improve your relationship with your own horse and give you the confidence to make better-informed choices about riding, handling, training and competing.

This one day workshop is an introduction to horse behaviour and body language. The day will include presentations as well as observational exercises with horses. You will benefit from an improved understanding of how your own horse behaves and gain new practical skills to help keep, manage and train your horse.

You will learn about:

  • different aspects of horse behaviour (including play, sleep, their social life, eating, drinking, movement, reproduction etc)

  • the horse's behavioural needs

  • tips to improve your horse’s behaviour and reduce stress

  • equine communication

  • reading equine body language

  • how to recognise pain, stress and fear

  • how to assess emotional thresholds

  • practical observation of the horse’s body language

This workshop is aimed at horse owners, students and equestrian professionals interested in learning more about horse behaviour.

CPD attendance certificates will be available, please email Justine if you would like one.

TICKETS

Tickets are limited and need to be purchased in advance, no tickets will be available on the door.

This is Day 1 of a two day event but you can buy either a one day or two day ticket.

Ticket price includes refreshments and a light lunch.

One day ticket - behaviour workshop only: £75

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Two day ticket - behaviour workshop & behaviour consulting days: £140

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For information and tickets for the horse behaviour consulting day on 11 August click here


ABOUT JUSTINE

Justine is a fully certified member of the International Association of Animal Behaviour Consultants (IAABC). She is also the organisation’s UK Chair, a member of the Application Review Committee, and a Mentor for both the IAABC's Online Mentorship programme and the Animal Behaviour Consulting Principles & Practice course. Justine is also registered as an Accredited Animal Behaviourist with the Animal Behaviour and Training Council and the organisation’s Vice Chair.

In addition to helping horse owners solve their horse behaviour problems Justine regularly writes for a number of equestrian magazines worldwide including Horse, Horse & Hound, Your Horse, Endurance GB, Horse & Rider (US & UK), Bit (Netherlands), Horses & People (Australia), Horse Deals (UK & Australia), The Sun, nutritional supplement company VetVits and Petplan Equine Insurance.

Justine lectures on the BSc (Hons) Behavioural Science Degree at Writtle University College and also acts as an expert consultant in legal disputes and court cases involving equine behaviour.

For further information about Justine please click here.



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UNDERSTAND YOUR HORSE – TRAINING WORKSHOP
Aug
4
9:45 am09:45

UNDERSTAND YOUR HORSE – TRAINING WORKSHOP

  • All For Horses, Silpho, North Yorkshire, YO13 0JP (map)
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Would you like to learn how best to train your horse?

Horse owners are constantly bombarded with marketing messages from a wide variety of horse trainers promoting their ‘method’ of training horses. But how can you assess whether these methods are effective or suitable for you and your horse? 

Equine behaviourist Justine Harrison will guide you through this minefield by teaching you how horses learn and the principles of training so that you can make informed decisions for yourself.  In a combination of classroom and practical sessions with horses you will learn about effective handling and training techniques. You will benefit from an improved understanding of how your own horse learns and gain new practical skills to help train your horse effectively.

This one day workshop will include presentations and practical exercises with horses, including:

  • The principles of training

  • Why different techniques may or may not work

  • An introduction to Learning Theory – the science of how horses learn

  • The effects different training methods have on the horse

  • How to create the best environment for your horse to learn

  • How to assess your horse’s emotional thresholds

  • Training using LIMA (Least Invasive, Minimally Aversive) principles

  • What makes a great trainer

  • How to make training fun for you and your horse

  • Retraining your horse to enjoy a fearful task (eg. clippers, vaccinations, saddle)

  • When to stop training

This workshop is aimed at horse owners, students and equestrian professionals interested in learning more about training and how it affects the horse.

CPD attendance certificates will be available, please email Justine if you would like one.

TICKETS

Tickets are limited and need to be purchased in advance, no tickets will be available on the door.

This is Day 2 of a two day event but you can buy either a one day or two day ticket.
Ticket price includes refreshments but attendees are recommended to bring a packed lunch.

One day ticket - training workshop only: £65

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Two day ticket – behaviour & training workshops: £120

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For information and tickets for the behaviour workshop on 3 August click here

ABOUT JUSTINE

Justine is a fully certified member of the International Association of Animal Behaviour Consultants (IAABC). She is also the organisation’s UK Chair, a member of the Application Review Committee, and a Mentor for both the IAABC's Online Mentorship programme and the Animal Behaviour Consulting Principles & Practice course. Justine is also registered as an Accredited Animal Behaviourist with the Animal Behaviour and Training Council and the organisation’s Vice Chair.

In addition to helping horse owners solve their horse behaviour problems Justine regularly writes for a number of equestrian magazines worldwide including Horse, Horse & Hound, Your Horse, Endurance GB, Horse & Rider (US & UK), Bit (Netherlands), Horses & People (Australia), Horse Deals (UK & Australia), The Sun, nutritional supplement company VetVits and Petplan Equine Insurance.

Justine lectures on the BSc (Hons) Behavioural Science Degree at Writtle University College and also acts as an expert consultant in legal disputes and court cases involving equine behaviour.

For further information about Justine please click here

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UNDERSTAND YOUR HORSE – BEHAVIOUR WORKSHOP
Aug
3
9:45 am09:45

UNDERSTAND YOUR HORSE – BEHAVIOUR WORKSHOP

  • All For Horses, Silpho, North Yorkshire, YO13 0JP (map)
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Understand your horse

Would you like to understand your horse’s behaviour and read his body language?

A better understanding of horse behaviour and body language can help you improve your relationship with your own horse and give you the confidence to make better-informed choices about riding, handling, training and competing.

This one day workshop is an introduction to horse behaviour and body language. The day will include presentations as well as observational exercises with horses. You will benefit from an improved understanding of how your own horse behaves and gain new practical skills to help keep, manage and train your horse.

You will learn about:

• different aspects of horse behaviour (including play, sleep, their social life, eating, drinking, movement, reproduction etc)
• the horse's behavioural needs
• tips to improve your horse’s behaviour and reduce stress
• equine communication
• reading equine body language
• how to recognise pain, stress and fear
• how to assess emotional thresholds
• practical observation of the horse’s body language

This workshop is aimed at horse owners, students and equestrian professionals interested in learning more about horse behaviour.

CPD attendance certificates will be available, please email Justine if you would like one.

TICKETS

Tickets are limited and need to be purchased in advance, no tickets will be available on the door.

This is Day 1 of a two day event but you can buy either a one day or two day ticket.
Ticket price includes refreshments but attendees are recommended to bring a packed lunch.

One day ticket - behaviour workshop only: £65

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Two day ticket - behaviour & training workshops: £120

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For information and tickets for the training workshop on 4 August click here

ABOUT JUSTINE

Justine is a fully certified member of the International Association of Animal Behaviour Consultants (IAABC). She is also the organisation’s UK Chair, a member of the Application Review Committee, and a Mentor for both the IAABC's Online Mentorship programme and the Animal Behaviour Consulting Principles & Practice course. Justine is also registered as an Accredited Animal Behaviourist with the Animal Behaviour and Training Council and the organisation’s Vice Chair.

In addition to helping horse owners solve their horse behaviour problems Justine regularly writes for a number of equestrian magazines worldwide including Horse, Horse & Hound, Your Horse, Endurance GB, Horse & Rider (US & UK), Bit (Netherlands), Horses & People (Australia), Horse Deals (UK & Australia), The Sun, nutritional supplement company VetVits and Petplan Equine Insurance.

Justine lectures on the BSc (Hons) Behavioural Science Degree at Writtle University College and also acts as an expert consultant in legal disputes and court cases involving equine behaviour.

For further information about Justine please click here.

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UNDERSTAND YOUR HORSE
Jul
21
9:45 am09:45

UNDERSTAND YOUR HORSE

  • Quob Equestrian Centre, Southampton, Hampshire (map)
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Understand your horse

Would you like to learn why your horse behaves the way he does and how to recognise his body language?

A better understanding of horse behaviour and body language can help you improve your relationship with your own horse and give you the confidence to make better-informed choices about riding, handling, training and competing.

This one day workshop is an introduction to horse behaviour and body language. The day will include presentations as well as observational exercises with horses. You will benefit from an improved understanding of how your own horse behaves and gain new practical skills to help keep, manage and train your horse.

You will learn about:

• different aspects of horse behaviour (including play, sleep, their social life, eating, drinking, movement, reproduction etc)
• the horse's behavioural needs
• tips to improve your horse’s behaviour and reduce stress
• equine communication
• reading equine body language
• how to recognise pain, stress and fear
• how to assess emotional thresholds
• practical observation of the horse’s body language

This workshop is aimed at horse owners, students and equestrian professionals interested in learning more about horse behaviour.

CPD attendance certificates will be available, please email Justine if you would like one.


TICKETS £80

Tickets are limited and need to be purchased in advance, no tickets will be available on the door.

Quantity:
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ABOUT JUSTINE

Justine is a fully certified member of the International Association of Animal Behaviour Consultants (IAABC). She is also the organisation’s UK Chair, a member of the Application Review Committee, and a Mentor for both the IAABC's Online Mentorship programme and the Animal Behaviour Consulting Principles & Practice course. Justine is also registered as an Accredited Animal Behaviourist with the Animal Behaviour and Training Council and the organisation’s Vice Chair.

In addition to helping horse owners solve their horse behaviour problems Justine regularly writes for a number of equestrian magazines worldwide including Horse, Horse & Hound, Your Horse, Endurance GB, Horse & Rider (US & UK), Bit (Netherlands), Horses & People (Australia), Horse Deals (UK & Australia), The Sun, nutritional supplement company VetVits and Petplan Equine Insurance.

Justine lectures on the BSc (Hons) Behavioural Science Degree at Writtle University College and also acts as an expert consultant in legal disputes and court cases involving equine behaviour.

For further information about Justine please click here.

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UNDERSTAND YOUR HORSE
Jul
9
7:00 pm19:00

UNDERSTAND YOUR HORSE

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horse kicking out

Would you like to learn how to understand why your horse behaves the way he does?

A better understanding of horse behaviour and can help you improve your relationship with your own horse and give you the confidence to make better-informed choices about riding, handling, training and competing.

You will learn about:

• different aspects of horse behaviour (including play, sleep, social life, eating, drinking, movement etc)
• the horse's behavioural needs
• tips to improve your horse’s behaviour and reduce stress
• common reasons why some behaviour problems occur and how to avoid them

This evening talk is aimed at horse owners, students and equestrian professionals interested in learning more about horse behaviour.

CPD attendance certificates will be available, please email Justine if you would like one.

TICKET PRICE £17.50

Includes refreshments.

Tickets are limited and need to be purchased in advance, no tickets will be available on the door.

BUY NOW


ABOUT JUSTINE

Justine is a fully certified member of the International Association of Animal Behaviour Consultants (IAABC). She is also the organisation’s UK Chair, a member of the Application Review Committee, and a Mentor for both the IAABC's Online Mentorship programme and the Animal Behaviour Consulting Principles & Practice course. Justine is also registered as an Accredited Animal Behaviourist with the Animal Behaviour and Training Council and the organisation’s Vice Chair.

In addition to helping horse owners solve their horse behaviour problems Justine regularly writes for a number of equestrian magazines worldwide including Horse, Horse & Hound, Your Horse, Endurance GB, Horse & Rider (US & UK), Bit (Netherlands), Horses & People (Australia), Horse Deals (UK & Australia), The Sun, nutritional supplement company VetVits and Petplan Equine Insurance.

Justine lectures on the BSc (Hons) Behavioural Science Degree at Writtle University College and also acts as an expert consultant in legal disputes and court cases involving equine behaviour.

For further information about Justine please click here.

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