Equuvation Inc.

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Tentative Topic Schedule

JAN 17Getting Started in Horses: The Basics of Care and Bringing a Horse Into Your Family • Herd Dynamics • Keeping Horses at Home vs Boarding • Q&A Panel
CLICK HERE to RSVP for January 17!

FEB 21Your Horse's Care Team: Vet, Farrier, Nutrition and Bodywork • Equine First Aid Kit DIY • Q&A Panel
CLICK HERE to RSVP for February 21!

MAR 21From Weanling to Winning: Handling, Training and Disciplines within the Industry • Choosing the Right Instructor or Trainer for You and/or Your Child • Q&A Panel
CLICK HERE to RSVP for March 21!

JUN 20 Alternative Treatments – Red Light, Accupuncture, Massage • Essential Oils • Homeopathic and Herbal Remedies • DIY Fly Spray Recipes (and more!) • Q&A Panel
CLICK HERE to RSVP for June 20!

JUL 18Problem-Solving Horse Care: Emergency Prep • Natural Disaster Prep • Trailering • Creating an Emergency Plan for Your Farm • Helpful Tools/Equipment • Q&A Panel
CLICK HERE to RSVP for July 18!

AUG 15Equine Business: Careers • Equine Business Plans • For Profit vs Non-profit • What Makes a Successful Horse Business, and What Doesn't • Q&A Panel
CLICK HERE to RSVP for Aug 15!

Questions? equuvationinc@gmail.com

Lifecycle of the Horse
Workshop Series

The Lifecycle of the Horse Workshop Series {Winter and Summer} is a monthly roundtable experience designed to provide education and inspiration, as well as spark conversation, about a variety of equine topics. Both the aspiring “green” horse lover and the lifelong horseman (or woman!) can come together, enjoying friends and food, as we navigate the different areas of care, work and life associated with having horses in our lives.

Wednesday Evenings • 5:30-7:00pm
Hosted by Rocky Creek Ranch and The Discovery Trail
Snow Creek Road | Statesville, NC 28625
Easy access off I-77, comfortable indoor/outdoor facilities!
Light refreshments will be served!

Cost: $10 per adult or $25 per family/car-load (3 or more)
Your donation directly benefits the therapeutic programs of Equuvation and The Discovery Trail.

The workshops are open to ANYONE who has an interest in learning more about horses. You do not have to own horses to attend. A great series for parents of horse-crazy kids!

At each workshop, attendees will also receive take-aways that provide barn hack and DIY ideas, templates for record-keeping and business planning, contacts for equine professionals in our region, and much more!

Check back often to see updates on workshop content and guest speakers! Please RSVP via email or individual event listings on Facebook (see links to the left)!


Created and curated by Equuvation, these workshops are part of an ongoing educational experience that fully explores the Lifecycle of the Horse – from breeding to birth, weaning to handling, early training, “first job,” competitive careers, daily care, change in ownership, injuries, retirement and death. Discover how our human interaction with horses has changed the timeline and cycle of these animals, and how we can do a better job of caring for their natural needs – physically, mentally, socially and emotionally.

Also coming in 2018 – Summer Empowerment Series - a mini “internship” opportunity for anyone interested in learning hands-on how to operate farm equipment, produce hay and build trail systems. Keep an eye on our web site for more information.


Would you like to be a guest presenter or exhibitor at our Lifecycle of the Horse Workshops?
If so, please email Erica at equuvationinc@gmail.com!