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Myhre Equine Clinic 35th Annual
Veterinarian & Technician Conference

Equine Muscle Diseases
Dr. William Moyer
Stephanie Valberg DVM, PhD, Professor
University of Minnesota Equine Center
March 12 and 13, 2015


Stephanie Valberg is professor and Director of the University of Minnesota Equine Center, St. Paul MN. She received her undergraduate degree and D.V.M. from the Ontario Veterinary College, completed a Ph.D. in equine exercise physiology at the Swedish University of Animal Science as well as a residency in internal medicine at the University of California – Davis.

She is a Board certified internal medicine clinician at the University of Minnesota. Dr. Valberg’s research centers on neuromuscular diseases in horses with a special focus on genetic diseases of skeletal muscle and their nutritional management. She has received several research awards including induction into the Equine research Hall of Fame in 2012, The Milne lecture at AAEP in 2012, the Pfizer Award for research excellence in 2001 and 2010 and the EquiSci International Award.

Dr. Valberg has over 130 scientific publications and is a frequent speaker at national and international veterinary, nutrition and genetic conferences



Thursday, March 12- $85
Friday, March 13 Lectures & Wet Lab-$175

Both days $200

C.E. credits each day.
A printable tri-fold with schedule and registration is available here as a pdf.

 

Myhre Equine Clinic
100 Ten Rod Road
Rochester, NH 03867
603-335-4777
myhreequine@gmail.com



Ski Joring Clinic & Demonstration
Spectators are welcome

JANUARY 17, 2015


Registration 10:00 AM Spectators 12:00 PM
Clinic Registration $50.00 * Audit $20.00 * Spectators free

Ski Joring over a jump  Ski Joring Collecting Rings

 Myhre Equine Complex
100 Ten Rod Road Rochester NH
MyhreEquine.com
603-335-4777

GRAB A TOW AND GO!

Ski Joring is a fast growing family friendly sport. Tack up and clip into your skis or snowboard for this family-and-friends sport. You will find races held in both the United States and Canada. The courses range from straight, to J-hook, to horseshoe shape. They consist of cones to weave around, jousting rings to spear through with your arm, and 3 jumps for the skier to negotiate. The course is timed with a time penalty for missed obstacles. The different divisions enable you to take this sport from a youngster just starting out on skis to the extreme skier with the need for speed. Register for our Clinic and learn how it’s done. Skiers will learn from a professional ski instructor how to dally their ropes and effectively maneuver the course. Riders will bring their horses and work with trainers teaching the horses to accept a skier. The Riders will also learn how to set their skiers up for pending obstacles. If you need a skier or a rider, we will match you with one or more at the clinic. Spectators welcome to come give cheer of encouragement!

Space is limited preregister to ensure your spot.

For more information please call High Knoll Equestrian 603-335-4343 or visit NESJA.com.

Registration forms can be download as a .pdf here or as a .doc here.



Myhre Equine Clinic 27th Annual
Farrier & Veterinarian Conference

Equine Foot Lameness
Dr. William Moyer
William Moyer DVM, ACSMR
October 9 and 10, 2014


Dr. William Moyer received his DVM degree from Colorado State University in 1970. He then completed his surgical residency at New Bolton Center, University of Pennsylvania in 1973; and owned/built a private veterinary practice in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania.

He maintained the private practice until 1980 whereby he became an assistant professor of equine surgery at New Bolton Center. He ultimately obtained the rank of Professor of Equine Sports Medicine. He created the equine lameness referral practiced along with directing the farrier enterprise until 1993.

He was recruited to the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, Texas A&M University, as Department Head of Large Animal Clinical Sciences. As Department Head he had responsibility of the clinical services, curriculum, and related activities. He continued in that role until 2013 whereby he and colleagues developed the first Veterinary Emergency/Disaster Management Team (TAMU VET).

He has served as an officer of the American Association of Equine Practitioners (President in 2011). He has 145 publications, including text books; and has given over 400 presentations regarding equine lameness and foot problems.



One day (Thursday OR Friday) $95.00.
Both days $150.

C.E. credits each day.
A printable tri-fold with schedule and registration is available here as a pdf or here as a Word Document.

 

Myhre Equine Clinic
100 Ten Rod Road
Rochester, NH 03867
603-335-4777
myhreequine@gmail.com



Kentucky Derby Fair 2014

For a schedule of events please click here

Kentucky Derby Fair 2014, free general admission, 10AM to 5PM

The Myhre Equine Complex will be hosting a Kentucky Derby Day Equine Fair and a Kentucky Derby Party.
Admission to the fair is free and open to the public, no horse experience necessary.
Admission to the evening party is $15 and reservations are required for the evening.

For more information download the Fair Flyer .pdf here or email us at MyhreEquine@gmail.com.
 If you have an interesting demonstration or would like to be a vendor please call us at (603) 335-477 or email.

Vendors and exhibitors include:

Nicole Fourzialas International Jousting Association ija-usa.com
Gene Sweeney Friesians in costume   historicrunnymede.com
Amanda Hanson/Kathryn Busch Boulder Brook Stables boulderbrookstables.com
Pam Falkins  Renaissance Farm  Facebook
Jackie Blackwell  High Standard Stable highstandardstable.com
Jana Meyer Silver Maple Icelandics silvermapleicelandics.com
Lynn Corrigan Partnership horse training  partnershiphorsetraining.com
Sherry Page  Cracked an Egg Farm  Facebook
Julie Mackinnon  Nautilus Gypsy Cobs  nautilusgypsy.com
Dianne Salge  Purina  purinamills.com
Stephanie Lavertu EspanaSILK To order email Stephanie at Riotsmom@myfairpoint.net
Karen Smith  Equine Massage   
Bill Houston  Bill Houston Shoeing   
  Fair Way Horse Transport  fairwayhorsetransport.com
Ruth  Pottery Paddock  Facebook



Kentuck Derby Day Schedule of Events

 

Outdoor Arena

 

10:30 opening ceremony

11:00 driving and riding breed Demonstration

Nautilus Gypsy cobs - julie mackinnon

11:30 jousting - games skills at arms

international jousting assoc.

nicole fourzialas

12:00 bridleless riding and western pleasure

boulder brook farm

Amanda hanson - kathryn busch

12:30 vaulting

renaissance farm - pam falkins

1:00 jousting

international jousting assoc

Nicole fourzialas

1:30 friesians in costume

runnymede farm - Gene sweeney

2:00 Icelandic Drill team

silver maple farm - jana meyer

2:30 improving your hunter through good

Equtation.

High Standard Stables

3:00 Gaming fundamentals

presenting NH's real rodeo girls

cheryl newcombe

Indoor arena

 

10:30 Hippotherapy

christina Richardson

11:00 sheep obstacle Course

Cracked an egg Farm - meeghan Page

11:30 Pony Rides

High Knoll Equestrian Center

12:00 grooming

ESPANA - stephanie lavertu

1:00 getting the most out of your horses

feeding program

purina-Dianne Salge

1:30 equine massage

karen smith

2:00 evaluating your horse for training

Partnership Training

lynn corrigan

2:30 pony rides

high knoll equestrian center

2:30 Equine Lameness recognition

Grant Myhre DVM

3:00 wound care and leg wrappng

Alyssa warneke dvm

round pen

 

10:30 equine massage

karen smith

11:00 round pen basics

partnership training

lynn corrigan

12:00 alpaca sheering

Sallie's fen and alpacas

1:00 breed demonstration

nautilus gypsy cobs

julie mackinnon

1:30 sheep obstacle course

meeghan page

2:00 Equine Lameness recognition

Grant Myhre DVM

2:30 body scoring Your horse

purina-dianne salge

AROUND THE GROUNDS
Climb up into one of the horse drawn wagons for a ride around the grounds.
You'll find great food from local fair vendors and Dover high school.
The Granite Country Band will be playing some of your favorite country music.
Check in on the farriers competition where the farriers are battling it out for the world championship title.
Various children's activities will be offered around the grounds throughout the day.

VISIT OUR HOSPITAL
visit the myhre equine hospital throughout the day for lectures and interactive demonstrations
Perform laparoscopic surgery. with dr. casey pacheco who will assist you in the removal of a small candy on our resident pinata.
Participate in clinic rounds to evaluate hospital patients and learn about our equine referral hospital and cases.
See and assist in an actual ultrasound examination performed on our resident miniature horse.
Visit our vendors at the indoor areana and around the grounds.

DERBY PARTY
Located in the school house. Ticket price $15.00
Post time: 5:45
Visit the equine high school class room to watch the kentucky derby race on a large projector screen.
Participate in our 50/50 raffle for a chance to pick the winner and be in the winners circle, place or show all while supporting the riding equestrian and therapeutic programs.
Place your bid on an item in our silent auction.
Music provided by Granite Country Band.
Refreshments will be provided.

To download a schedule of events please click here


Horse Owners Workshop

Please Join Us!

Date: Thursday, April 10, 2014
Time: 6-6:30pm registration, Presentations 6:30-8:30pm

Location: High Knoll Equestrian Center indoor arena at the
Myhre Equine Complex
100 Ten Rod Rd, Rochester, NH

Speakers & Topics:

  • Diane Salge of Purina Animal Nutrition will do a live horse demo
    and speaking on “Getting the Most Out of Your Horses Feed Program”
  • Dr. Alyssa Warneke, Myhre Equine Clinic, “Leg Wrapping and Emergency First Aid”

Please RSVP: 207-339-2030

For more information, please see this high quality PDF.



34th Annual Veterinarian / Technician Conference
Equine Lameness and Colic
Nathaniel A. White II, DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVS
Virginia Tech Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center
March 20 and 21, 2014

Nathaniel White

Dr. White is a professor of surgery at Virginia Tech’s Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center. After receiving a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University in 1971, he completed an internship and residency in surgery at the University of California-Davis from 1971 to 1973, and earned a Master of Science in Pathology at Kansas State University in 1976. He is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons (ACVS). Dr. White, who has served on the faculties of both Kansas State University and the University of Georgia, joined the Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center in 1985, and held the position of Theodora Ayer Randolph Professor of Surgery at Virginia Tech from 1987 to 2003. He was the Jean Ellen Shehan Professor and Director from 2003-2012 and was named Professor Emeritus in Equine Surgery in September 2013.

A world-renowned expert in colic, Dr. White has authored several books on the topic including The Equine Acute Abdomen, and Handbook of Equine Colic, as well as the surgical texts Current Techniques in Equine Surgery and Lameness, and Current Practice of Equine Surgery. He has been a director for the ACVS Veterinary Symposium since 1997, and is a past president of the ACVS and of the ACVS Research and Education Foundation. Dr. White is a former director-at-large for the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) and is currently AAEP President. Dr. White’s research interests include pathophysiology of ischemia-reperfusion, epidemiology of colic, abdominal and orthopedic surgery, and treatment of orthopedic diseases. He is a member of the AAEP, the ACVS, and the American Veterinary Medical Association.

Thursday Lectures: Veterinarians/Technicians $85.
Friday Lectures and Wet Lab: Veterinarians with a Technician $150.
Both days $200.

C.E. credits each day.
The event registration form is here as a pdf file.
A printable tri-fold with schedule is available here as a pdf.

Sponsorships and exhibitor space are available for this event. There are four separate levels, or classes, of sponsorship. For details, please click here for a copy of the exhibitor/sponsor letter. If you'd like to pursue this opportunity, an exhibitor/sponsor registration form is available here.



· Thursday, March 20, 2014 ·
7:30 - 8:00 AM Registration and coffee.
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM Case based forelimb lameness evaluation: clinical and physical examination, regional anesthesia, ultrasound/radiographic/scintigraphic/MRI imaging and treatments. Dr. Nat White.
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM Break. Visit our sponsors and exhibitors.
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM Case based hindlimb lameness evaluation. Dr. Nat White.
11:30 AM - 12:45 PM Lunch by "Kitchen Chicks," Kennebunkport, ME; "The Myhre Minute"; sponsor presentations.
12:45 PM - 1:45 PM Acute suspensory desmitis treatment: A review of regenerative medicine techniques (PRP, stem cells), surgery, and rehabilitation. Dr. Nat White.
1:45 PM - 2:15 PM New, innovative treatment shoe for chronic "dropped" suspensory desmitis. Dr. Nat White.
2:15 PM - 2:30 PM Coffee break.
2:30 PM - 3:00 PM Laminitis current treatments—medical. Dr. Nat White.
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM Indications for surgical treatment of laminitis—deep digital flexure tenectomy, check ligament tenectomy, and supportive shoeing. Dr. Nat White.
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM The physiologic events during colic that create the clinical signs. Dr. Nat White.
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM Cheese, wine, beer, and hearty Q&A.
6:00 PM Dinner at Fat Tony’s for those staying over for Day 2.

· Friday, March 21, 2014 ·
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM Registration and coffee.
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Prevalence, demographics, risk factors, and strategies for colic prevention. Dr. Nat White.
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Advances in medical treatment of colic and determining when to refer. Dr. Nat White.
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM Coffee break.
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM Treatment of specific diseases and prognosis. Dr. Nat White.
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Lunch by "Kitchen Chicks."
12:30 PM - 2:30 PM Equine colic lab—ultrasound of the acute abdomen, abdominocentesis, rectal examination. Dr. White/Universal/MEC Staff.
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM Fluid management of the acute abdomen including IV catheterization, monitoring fluid/acid/base, and nutrition. Dr. White/Abaxis/MEC Staff.
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Pain management—drugs, methodology, and efficiency. Dr. White/Dr. Vin/IDEXX/Zoetis.

Myhre Equine Clinic
100 Ten Rod Road
Rochester, NH 03867
603-335-4777
myhreequine@gmail.com



Ski Joring Clinic & Demonstration
Spectators are welcome

JANUARY 25, 2014

There will be sanctioned Ski Joring Racing on January 18th and 19th at the Myhre Equine Clinic. Spectators are welcome.


Registration 10:00 AM Spectators 12:00 PM
Clinic Registration $50.00 * Audit $20.00 * Spectators free

Ski Joring over a jump  Ski Joring Collecting Rings

 Myhre Equine Complex
100 Ten Rod Road Rochester NH
MyhreEquine.com
603-335-4777

GRAB A TOW AND GO!

Ski Joring is a fast growing family friendly sport. Tack up and clip into your skis or snowboard for this family-and-friends sport. You will find races held in both the United States and Canada. The courses range from straight, to J-hook, to horseshoe shape. They consist of cones to weave around, jousting rings to spear through with your arm, and 3 jumps for the skier to negotiate. The course is timed with a time penalty for missed obstacles. The different divisions enable you to take this sport from a youngster just starting out on skis to the extreme skier with the need for speed. Register for our Clinic and learn how it’s done. Skiers will learn from a professional ski instructor how to dally their ropes and effectively maneuver the course. Riders will bring their horses and work with trainers teaching the horses to accept a skier. The Riders will also learn how to set their skiers up for pending obstacles. If you need a skier or a rider, we will match you with one or more at the clinic. So, if you enjoy the cheer of encouragement from a crowd of spectators, and you enjoy fun in the snow, come join us!

Hot food and drinks will be available. All proceeds will benefit Dover High School CTC Equine Program.

Space is limited preregister to ensure your spot.

For more information call or Myhre Equine or visit NESJA.com.

Registration forms can be download as a .pdf here or as a .doc here.


26th Annual Farrier & Veterinarian Conference

Ted Stashak DVM, MS, DACVS

October 31 & November 1, 2013
Navicular Syndrome, Laminitis, and Case Based Management of Extremity Wounds

Ted Stashak DVM

Dr. Ted Stashak is an international lecturer, researcher, and author of “Adams' Lameness in Horses”, “Equine Wound Management”, and several others. He will discuss the pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment of Navicular Disease and Laminitis in the morning of the 1st day. The afternoon program will be a discussion of hoof, hoof wall, distal limb lacerations, and the treatment of theses conditions. The 2nd day will be a potpourri of several lameness, shoeing, and bandaging cases. Bring your most difficult cases so that we may all brainstorm for a solution.

The registration form can be downloaded here as a .pdf or here as a Word Document (.doc).

The Program can be downloaded here as a .pdf or here as a Word Document (.doc).


Kentucky Derby Fair

Kentucky Derby Fair 2013, free general admission

The Myhre Equine Complex will be hosting a Kentucky Derby Day Equine Fair and a Kentucky Derby Party.
Admission to the fair is free and open to the public, no horse experience necessary.
Admission to the evening party is $15 and reservations are required for the evening.

The Fair is on the Radio! We have three different advertisments that can be heard on WOKQ.
Equine Fair Advertisement 1
Equine Fair Advertisement 2
Equine Fair Advertisement 3

For more information download the Fair Flyer .pdf here or email us at MyhreEquine@gmail.com.

 

Please click here to see the schedule of events!


Equine Affaire 2013

Equine Affaire 2013

Come Visit the Myhre Equine Clinic at the Equine Affaire in West Springfield Massachusetts November 7-10! More details to come.


33rd Annual Veterinarian/Technician Conference

Dr. Tom Divers, DVM, DACVIM, DACVECC
Equine Medicine

Dr. Tom Divers

Dr. Divers received his DVM degree from the University of Georgia in 1975, and became board certified with the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in 1981 and with the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care in 1996. Dr. Divers was an assistant professor in ambulatory and internal medicine at the University of Georgia from 1978-1981. He was a faculty member at the University of Pennsylvania from 1981-1990, serving as associate professor and Chief of the medicine section from 1985-1990. He was first an associate professor and then a Professor at Cornell University since 1990, and is currently Chief of the Section of Large Animal Medicine. Dr. Divers is an author of numerous peer-reviewed publications, and has received distinguished teaching awards at both Cornell and University of Pennsylvania. He also received the 2006 AAEP Educator of the Year award.

Day 1: $35 per person for veterinarians and technicians.
Day 2: lab is $140 for one veterinarian with a technician.
Pre-Registration is required for Lunch.
 
We are anticipating C.E. credits for each day.
 
If you have interesting and challenging cases, please refer them so we can all benefit.
 
Attendance for the wet lab is limited to 30, and will fill quickly, so please contact us as soon as possible.  

A flyer including schedule can be downloaded as a .pdf here or as a .doc here.

Registration forms for attendance can be download as a .pdf here or as a .doc here.

Sponsorships and exhibitor space are available for this event. There are four separate levels, or classes, of sponsorship. Please click here for a copy of the exhibitor/sponsor letter, and get the details. If you'd like to pursue this opportunity, an exhibitor/sponsor registration form is available here.


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