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Friday, March 29, 2013 Lectures for breeders within EQUIROS-Professional spring exhibition


Two lectures on the vital parts of many topics: where and how to obtain financing for a horse breeding and horse riding business, are to take place on Sunday, April 7th.

The first lecture – ‘Budget of an equestrian team: the legislative base, sources of financing, items of expenditure, optimization options’ – will by held by Yulia Davydova , committee member of Equestrian Federation of Russia in non-Olympic disciplines, the chief of the Russian Federation Vaulting team’ 2004-2012. Yulia knows exactly how to organize the participation of a sports team in competitions, how to hold foreign training camps, etc. as she knows every sport official. Her lecture is an opportunity to get practical information; it will also be particularly useful for coaches, directors of sports teams, school workers and parents.

The author of the second lecture of the day – ‘Horse breeding and equestrian sports: where and how today it is possible to get financial support’ - is E.V. Basalaeva, Doctor of Economics, Associate Professor of Accounting for commercial organizations sub-department at the Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation (Financial University). Elena Vladimirovna – is the country's greatest economic scientist, a professional who knows the specifics of horse breeding.

A lecture for horse owners ‘First veterinary aid for a horse’
: M. Suchkov, veterinarian, the Mobile horse hospital company.

I think every horse owner at some point believes that his horse is the most unlucky one, because he thinks it gets sick or injured more often than others.

Lacerated wounds, bruises, colic, acute lameness, fever: are injuries and symptoms almost every horse owners faces. As a horse owner you should be able to recognize serious problems and react to them promptly, to take appropriate measures while waiting for your veterinarian.

There is obviously a problem when you see an open wound or bleeding, when a horse is digging and lying. But there are some cases when the symptoms are less noticeable, as a rule, it is the beginning of a disease; at this moment your help is necessary to avoid serious consequences. That's why it's important to know the normal physiological parameters of your horse, including temperature, pulse and respiration.

The lecture will be focused on simple but very important things:
- Normal physiological parameters of a horse;
- Signs to determine the pain’s location;
- Which modern drugs must be stored in your first-aid kit;
- First aid skills improvement: the technique of drug injection, application of bandages, compresses;
- Plan of actions in the following problems: wounds and bleeding, bruises and edema, colic, lameness, and eye injuries.

Details of the program are on the website:


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