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Exploring Your Future in the Equine IndustryFebruary 2020



Story by: BBRM Event management students, University of Guelph

Equine Career Night - March 5th @ The University of Guelph

Equine Career Night posterEquine Career night is a chance for equine enthusiasts of all ages to explore what career opportunities are available in the equine industry. The Bachelor of Bio-Resource Management equine event management class will host a number of exhibitors from the equine community including Sunrise Therapeutic Riding Center, Schleese Saddlery Service, Canna Horse and Hope Haven Therapeutic riding Center. Exhibitors will be happy to answer any questions you may have about their business or pursuing a career in a similar field.


This year Equine Career night will also feature several speakers highlighting different areas of the equine industry. We are happy to welcome Jennifer Anstey from Horse Publications Group, Sidonia McIntyre a certified equine massage therapist and massage instructor and Scott Cieslar from Mad Barn Equine Nutrition. Speakers will provide some background on how they became involved in the industry and how their career path evolved. They will offer advice on pathways to satisfying careers and be happy to answer any questions you may have at the end of their presentations.

Equine Guelph will also have a table set up to help plan out future career pathways through education.

There will also be raffle draws throughout the night for great prizes including a Schleese Saddlery hat and gift certificate for a saddle fit evaluation, and a University of Guelph swag bag with a grooming brush, water bottle and a note book.

♦ This event is free and does not require prior registration.
♦ Snacks and refreshments will be provided at the event.
♦ Parking is free on campus after 5:00pm
♦ For more information contact EQevents@uoguelph.ca


Equine Career Night is hosted by BBRM Event Management Students.


Join in Thurs. Mar 5, 2020, 7-9pm @ Peter Clark Hall, University of Guelph