5th or 6th of April this year, there are two one day workshops focused on Large Animal Rescue. I received an email last week from uni about this and thought I’d pass on the details.
On the flyer it states what is covered:
- LEARN what you should and should not do in an emergency
- PREVENT the horse from being killed or severely injured by unsafe rescue techniques
- AVOID becoming a statistic
For those who book before February 21st, the fee is $120, otherwise it’s $150. This fee includes a copy of “Equine Emergency Rescue”, which is listed as valued at $35. It’s run in Wodonga, which is North East Victoria, Australia.
For more information, or to book a place, contact:
Kelly Bick, E: firstname.lastname@example.org, P: 02 6071 0210 A/H
“I have seen soldiers panic at the first sight of battle, and a squire pulling arrows from his body to fight and save his dying horse. Nobility is not a birthright, but is defined by one’s actions.” – Kevin Costner in Robin Hood, Prince Of Thieves