10 in stock
Saturday, 12 October ’19 10am – 4pm
Isle of Wight Riverside, The Quay Newport, Isle of Wight PO30 2QR
10 spaces available
Sick of unnecessary vets bills?
Want to know when you definitely need to call the vet?
Fed up with conflicting advice about dealing with a colicky horse or a cut leg? Still having to google everything when something goes wrong with your horse?
What if you knew exactly when to call the vet, and what conditions you could cope with on your own? You could avoid unnecessary vets bills and make better decisions for your horse. On our one day training day with a qualified vet you will learn when to call the vet and what to do before the vet arrives. You’ll learn how to cope with equine emergencies and how to improve bio-security.
Our popular Horse First Aid Course will be running at the fantastic Isle of Wight Riverside, The Quay Newport, Isle of Wight. You will receive a days training with our vet, refreshments, lunch, a goodie bag, printed materials and more to download.
We will tell you all the early signs of colic that 90% of owners can’t spot
You will find out key situations when you need to call the vet
You will be shown how to cope with horsey emergencies
We will give you materials to take away so you don’t forget what you learn on the day
Not sure if its for you?
If you’re wondering if the course might be too basic, or too complicated don’t worry. You will enjoy the course and learn lots, but just so that you’re sure we offer a 100% money back guarantee (full details on the booking site)
Here is what other riders/ owners found when they attended a course
Jo (Siddington) It’s a the first I had seen of a course like this, I wanted to be able to deal with emergency situations confidently prior to a vet coming and also to have more knowledge when to and not to call the vet. After the course I have more insight in to dealing with colic, better understanding generally of first aid and feeling more confident to deal with emergency situations.
Joseph (Padworth) It is hard to pick what was the best thing. It was good to discuss the different type of illnesses and the scenario of the strangles cases was eye opening.
Jo (Watlington) I really enjoyed the day and came away feeling it was a worthwhile investment of my time and money.