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First Annual Maryland Horse Health and Disease Prevention Seminar


Internationally recognized equine researchers and industry leaders will be giving presentations on equine related topics such as identifying illness in horses, controlling infectious diseases, myths and facts about equine vaccinations, and disease prevention measures at the first annual Maryland Horse Health and Disease Prevention Seminar. 


This one-day event will be held on Thursday, June 8, 2006 starting at 2:00 p.m.  The seminar will be held at the Laurel Racetrack and will also be broadcasted to four satellite locations throughout the state using Centra Web Conferencing technologies.  These satellite locations include Chesapeake College (Wye Mills, MD), Western Maryland Research and Education Center (Keedysville, MD), Harford Community College – Higher Education Center (Aberdeen, MD), and College of Southern Maryland (LaPlata, MD).


Veterinarians, trainers, horse breeders, horse owners, and anyone involved within Maryland’s equine industry should not miss this opportunity to learn about these important topics.  All attendees will receive conference proceedings, dinner, and the opportunity to ask questions of all of our experts.  Please visit our website at for more details.


This is a great learning opportunity for youth and adults to learn more about taking good care of their horses while decreasing a horse’s risk for disease.  Registration includes dinner and proceedings materials. 


For additional information please contact Kristen Spahn at (301) 405-1392 or     


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