New Brunswick, N.J. – The Equine Science Center will be tabling and presenting, at the 16th Annual Hambletonian Continuing Education Seminar for Equine Veterinarians. Hosted by First Choice Marketing, the seminar will be held in conjunction with the 90th Annual Hambletonian Festival of Racing in East Rutherford, NJ. Since its start in 1999, the seminar has grown to become the 3rd largest equine veterinary CE meeting in the country.
Dr. Karyn Malinowski, director of the Equine Science Center, will present: “Ensuring the Health and Well-Being of an Aging Equine Population”. Dr. Malinowski’s presentation will provide a overview of research being conducted to better understand the molecular mechanisms behind the adaptive response to exercise in older horses; which will aid in the development of exercise conditioning and nutritional strategies meant to preserve their health and well-being.
Dr. Carey Williams, Associate Director of Outreach at the Equine Science Center, will present: “ Grazing: Nutritional Rewards and Laminitis Risks”. Dr. Williams will present the benefits of pasture for horses’ overall nutritional needs. For veterinarians that have clients that are trying to manage their horse with laminitis or one that is borderline insulin resistant this talk will help them make better recommendations for nutritional management and pasture turnout based on the latest research in this area.
To register for the seminar, wet labs, or trade show, participants are encouraged to register directly online via First Choice Marketing’s secure Online Registration Form.
For more information, please visit their site: www.firstchoicemarketing.us, or contact Gordon Sulcer, firstname.lastname@example.org.