Equine Body Lameness: What is Normal?

One of the biggest problems in diagnosing and treating horses with lameness is that people do not recognize or know what “normal” is. People are also singularly focusing on the limbs and completely overlook the rest of the body. As Dr. DeClue states, “We don’t ride the limbs – we ride the body to move the limbs!”

Dr. Audrey DeClue is one of the only veterinarians discussing “body lameness.” This whole horse approach is simple to understand, but cutting edge within equine veterinary medicine.

We invite you to join us for a two-day seminar in Ocala, Florida where Dr. Audrey DeClue breaks down what “normal” really means regarding equine body lameness. This event is not intended for just those in the veterinary field. You DO NOT need a “DVM” after your name to understand this. Any horse owner, trainer, technician… ANYONE in the horse industry, can benefit from this. This is a fun, interactive event that will change you and your horses’ lives!

Event Details

Location: Hilton Ocala (3600 SW 36th Ave, Ocala, FL 34474)

Saturday, November 18th, 2023: Lecture 9am – 12pm, Lunch 12pm – 1pm (lunch will be provided), Lecture 1pm – 5pm

Sunday, November 19th, 2023: Lecture 9am – 12pm

Registration fee is $375 per person.

Space is limited – don’t wait to register!


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