KENA Dinner, Networking and Speaker
KY Horse Council Annual Conference
All on JANUARY 14th
6:00 PM Hyatt Regency, Downtown Lexington
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This dinner is also the KY Horse Council Annual Conference banquet. You may register just for the banquet and speaker, or you may want to register for all of the day's activities during the conference **
**The conference includes a panel about the Making of the Secretariat movie, and a clinic featuring nationally known Curt Pate.
Introducing our speakers for the January, 2011 dinner meeting:
BRIEF BUSINESS TIPS SPEAKER - To Be Announced
Dr. Ed Squires - FEATURED PRESENTER
"What Makes Your Mare Sexy?"
Dr. Edward L. Squires is a pioneer in the area of equine reproductive techniques, particularly in the non-surgical collection and transfer of equine embryos. In his many years of equine research, he is credited with advancements in the hormonal regulation of the estrous cycle, progesterone in pregnant mares, ultrasonography, and the development of assisted reproductive techniques such as oocyte maturation, in vitro fertilization, embryo freezing, and fertility of cooled and frozen semen.
Dr. Squires' years of research and clinical work enables him to assist mare owners, whether they want to breed or to compete with the mare, to control the estrous cycle so the mare is an effective competitor or an effective broodmare.
WHAT IS KENA?
The mission of the Kentucky Equine Networking Association (KENA) is to provide an educational and social venue for equine professionals and other horse enthusiasts from all disciplines to share ideas and business strategies, and obtain current knowledge on horse and farm management, with the principal objective of enhancing individual horse ownership and the horse industry at large.
OVER THE NEXT YEAR WITH KENA:
Mingle with your colleagues - Meet new people - Discuss issues and solutions in managing farms and equine businesses - Hear the latest developments in equine research - Listen to equine experts discuss becoming a better business owner - Discover new initiatives to attract more breeders, trainers, instructors and competitors to Kentucky - and more....
THIS PROGRAM SUPPORTED BY UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY EQUINE INITIATIVE AND THE KENTUCKY HORSE COUNCIL