Saturday, February 23, 2019
The purpose of the Horseman’s Clinic is to increase education and awareness of all horse owners on basic and in-depth topics pertaining to a horse’s health maintenance and prevention of disease. The speakers will also address how to handle common horse emergencies and behavioral problems.
|7:00 a.m.||Course Check-In|
Large Animal Clinic
Enter via courtyard between Large and Small Animal Clinics
Demonstrations require an additional $15 registration fee. Space is limited to 20 participants per demonstration. Advance registration is recommended because demonstrations fill quickly.
Ultrasounding the Distal Limb
Lori Madsen, DVM
University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine
The demonstrations will encompass the soft tissue structures of the lower limb. It will build on material from both the imaging and anatomy lectures from the morning session.
Ultrasound Exam A – 1:00-1:30 p.m.
Ultrasound Exam B – 1:30-2:00 p.m.
Ultrasound Exam C – 2:00-2:30 p.m.
Steve Sermersheim and Diego Almeida
University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine
The general concepts of horse shoeing basic pathologies will be discussed and tied in with the morning imaging lecture. For the advanced demo, the concept of “shoeing in a box” will be the focus while tying in how to choose the correct shoe to fix the box as well as the job of the horse.
Farriery A – 1:00-1:30 p.m.
Farriery B – 1:30-2:00 p.m.
Farriery C – 2:00-2:30 p.m. **ADVANCED SESSION**
Scott M. Austin, DVM, DACVIM (Large Animal)
Ilana Glasberg, DVM
There will only be a single demonstration session for this topic.
This demonstration will show a videoscope of the upper gastrointestinal tract of a live horse. Preparation for the procedure and important structures and findings within the gastrointestinal tract will be discussed.
Gastroscope A – 1:00-1:30 p.m.
Anatomy of the Distal Limb
Scott Hexum, Instructor
The anatomy demo will give an overview of the muscles which flex and extend the distal limb and digit and how they work together to create movement. The blood vessels which supply nutrients and nerves which provide muscle control and feeling to those structures will also be discussed.
Anatomy A – 1:00-1:30 p.m.
Anatomy B – 1:30-2:00 p.m. **ADVANCED SESSION**
Anatomy C – 2:00-2:30 p.m.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at the equine section at the University of Illinois Veterinary Teaching Hospital. Tours do not require advance registration and do not have a fee.
Spend some time visiting with exhibitors on hand to answer your equine-related questions.
All proceeds from this clinic will benefit the University of Illinois Student Chapter of the American Association of the Equine Veterinary Practitioners, a non-profit organization. Proceeds will be used to educate future equine veterinarians of Illinois.
The registration fee covers the cost of handout materials, continental breakfast, lunch, and breaks. Payment must be enclosed to guarantee registration. The early registration deadline is Sunday, February 17, 2018.
On or before February 17, 2019 – $40
After February 17, 2019 – $50
Demonstrations – $15 each
Registration can be made online or by downloading a printable copy of the registration form. Registration is limited to 215 participants. Early registration is recommended.
Clinic fees are payable by check or money order to the University of Illinois or by Visa, Master Card, Discover, or American Express and are due at the time of registration.
Groups registering 10 or more individuals will receive a $10 per person discount on the registration fee. To qualify for this discount, registration must be submitted all at once and be submitted using the printed registration form. The discounted group registration fee is not available with online registration.
The College of Veterinary Medicine has reserved a block of rooms. Course attendees are responsible for making their own hotel reservations. The reserved block of rooms is at the iHotel, which can be contacted at (217) 819-5000.
Other hotels are near the College of Veterinary Medicine:
Comfort Suites: 217-328-3500
Hawthorn Suites: 217-398-3400
Hilton Garden Inn: 217-352-9970
Homewood Suites: 217-352-9960
The University of Illinois is located near Interstates 57, 72, and 74. The community is also accessible by train via Amtrak and airplane through Willard Airport (CMI) at Savoy.
Full refunds, less a $10 cancellation fee, will be given if written notification is received by Sunday, January 21, 2018. Written notification should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or to the same mailing address to which registrations are sent. Registrations are transferable. After January 21, refunds will not be made. We reserve the right to cancel programs and to change speakers if necessary. In the event of the clinic’s cancellation, all registrants will receive a full refund. The University is not responsible for travel expenses in the event of a date cancellation or date change.
Clinic Location and Information
The clinic will be held on the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine campus, which is located on S. Lincoln Ave., in Urbana, Ill.
All lectures will be held in room 100 of the Large Animal Clinic, which is located at 1102 W. Hazelwood Dr., Urbana, Ill. Entrance to this facility is through the courtyard area between the Large and Small Animal Clinics.
Clinic materials will be available on the day of the program just inside the entrance located off of the courtyard area between the Large and Small Animal Clinics beginning at 7:00 a.m.
Clinic attendees may park in lot F27 and follow the signs to the check-in. The entrance to this lot is off of S. Lincoln Ave. Clinic attendees should NOT park in the Large Animal Clinic parking lot. This lot is reserved for weekend clients and staff.
Thank you to our sponsor: Platinum Performance
Questions and Special Accommodations
Contact the Office of Public Engagement, 217-333-2907 or email@example.com.