University of Kentucky Equine Short Course

The great folks at the University of Kentucky sent us some information on their upcoming Short Course.  If you’re involved in the equine breeding industry and you haven’t checked out a local university short course, we highly recommend you do!  A short course typically is 2-5 days and is a focused training event for equine breeding professionals to receive continuing education on new techniques or processes developed by researchers specializing in equine reproduction.  No only are you supporting a great research establishment, you’re receiving training on the latest and greatest techniques in the business.  Below is the information on the upcoming short course event at the University of Kentucky:
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The UK Equine Showcase, now in its third year, will highlight the university’s current equine programs and relevant industry findings. It will run from 1-5 p.m. Feb. 7, with a light reception following.  The showcase will offer four hours of Continuing Education credit for veterinarians and veterinary technicians.  The 5th annual Kentucky Breeder’s Short Course is an in-depth program on equine reproduction and horse management issues from 8am to 5pm on February 8th, with lunch included.  The short course will offer six and half hours of Continuing Education credit for veterinarians and vet technicians.  New this year is an in-depth “wet lab” on February 9th, space is limited.  The wet lab will include a hands-on educational opportunity led by some of the equine industry’s foremost experts.

Questions? Contact Jenny Evans at the UK Gluck Equine Research Center, at or 859-218-1089

At Breeder’s Choice, we have our finger on the equine breeding industry’s pulse.  If you want more information on short courses from around the country, please contact us by visiting, your source for all equine breeding equipment.



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