Watch and listen to Amanda Edwards, Director Equine Care Clinic, talk about keeping your horse healthy.
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Thoroughly enjoyed the course. Informative and easy to understand information. So glad I decided to join this course.
I am new to the world of horses and have enjoyed the course a great deal. With so many people around with different advise, it was helpful to learn what comes from the current literature.
The best thing was seeing what I'm doing right and what to change.
Every lesson comes with its own tip sheets, E Books and guides to help you understand and quickly implement what you've learned. So your horse will recover quicker and you spend less money and heartache getting back on track.
You can buy each module of the Caring For Your Horse separately for $49.95, but you can save by buying all three as a complete package for $129.95
Equine E Care has a number of new courses and a membership site in planning for the next year. Buying now means you get in early and will have access to future discounts.
Try one of our online courses risk free for 14 days and if you do not find anything that is useful in the care of your horse just send us a message and we'll refund your money, no questions asked.
Learn how to recognise when your horse isn't healthy, and care more confidently for him.
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Equine E Care courses have been specifically designed for horse owners. They are evidence based, easy to understand and have skills you can apply immediately
Amanda Edwards is an emergency nurse by trade with over 25 years experience in some of the busiest departments in Australia. She's had horses all her life and has been caring for sick and injured horses through her Equine Care Clinic for the past 7 years.
The Equine Care Clinic focuses on recovery care - getting horses well again following an acute injury or illness. The Clinic has seen many different cases from laminitis through to major wounds and injuries as well as post operative care.
Amanda went on to establishing hands-on workshops to teach horse owners how to care for their own sick or injured horses, and wrote the popular book First Response - A Guide to Caring for Your Sick or Injured Horse.
Realising that not everyone can get to a workshop this series gives everyone access to practical, relevant, up to date and easy to apply information that will help horse owners properly care for their horse.`