Annual Remus Horse Sanctuary Seminar

The date for this year’s ‘Equinar’ is Sunday 27 September 2015. And this year we’re making it even bigger and better! By popular request, we have extended the subject matter to incorporate not only the older horse but foals too. Once again, the seminar will take place at the Holiday Inn Brentwood.

The name of this year’s seminar, that we’re referring to as an ‘Equinar’ will be: ‘The Healthy Horse – from Foal to Veteran’ and it will be the ideal opportunity for delegates to learn all about the needs of their horses, ponies and donkeys – old and young – directly from the experts. Some of the top experts in their fields will be speaking on various topics including Equine Metabolic Syndrome, Laminitis, Dentition, Nutrition, Holistic Care, Colic, Cushing’s Disease and plenty more!

We’ve got lots of opportunities for your business to participate including sponsorship – see below – and donation of gifts for the raffle:

  • Headline Sponsorship £1000 (inc 4 tickets)
  • Buffet Lunch Sponsorship £700 (inc 2 tickets)
  • Handbook Sponsorship £350 – already taken
  • Raffle Sponsorship £150
  • Advertising
  • To supply a fact sheet for inclusion within the handbook including a small advert £75
  • To supply a small advert without a fact sheet £25
  • Stall £60

If you are interested in sponsoring or donating, please get in touch with Alison Page via email promotions@remussanctuary.org.

If you or your staff or customers are interested in attending, the link on our website to purchase a discounted early bird ticket is http://remussanctuary.org/event/remus-annual-equine-seminar-equinar. And we’ve created a hashtag on Twitter #Equinar. Please share details of our event with your followers. Our Twitter ID is @RemusHorse and of course you can find us on Facebook here.

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