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UK Equine Gateway Part 1

Please bring appropriate clothing for a stable yard and a packed lunch. Refreshments are available throughout both days. No prior knowledge required, just bring a notepad and pen!

Learning objectives for the workshop:

Day 1:  9.30am - 5pm

  • Understand the mechanisms that underpin self-medication
  • Learn how to read responses
  • Learn how smell and taste are used to achieve homeostasis to restore and regain health
  • Understand the different routes of administration
  • Understand how to apply the remedies topically
  • Learn how plant extracts can affect physical and psychological function
  • Understand the origins of many equine behavioural problems
  • Understand why some horses may poison themselves on ragwort or tannins

Lunch 12.20 - 1.30pm

  • Demonstration working with Horse 1
  • How a horse determines dosage and communicates route of application

3pm break

3.20 Demonstration working with Horse 2

Understand which remedies to leave for the horse to continue working with in water buckets

5pm Finish

Day 2:  9.30am - 4.30pm

Review of Day 1

Follow through working with horses form day 1

Lunch 1pm - 2pm

Understand how to work with common equine problems such as laminitis, colic, hormonal flux, wounds, respiratory, infection gut support and much more

3.20pm break

  • Safety
  • Discussion

4.30 pm Finish

Caroline Ingraham Treating A Horse
A Horse Self-Medicating

Ingraham Shop

If you would like to collect any orders from the Ingraham Shop, please process these in the normal way online at least two days prior to the workshop (please select 'collect' at checkout and no P&P will be charged):

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12 - 13 Sep 2020


9:30 am




Hartsop Farm
Hartsop Farm, Nr Oxford, OX7 3AS
Caroline Ingraham


Caroline Ingraham
+44 (0)1666 238 188