When: September 21, 22 & 23
Note: The Wild Horse Tour will be on Friday, September 21 followed by a reception for attendees of the tour and those that will be arriving on Friday early enough to get settled and attend.
Where: UNLV [University of Nevada, Las Vegas] Stan Fulton Building 801 E Flamingo Road [at Swensen - southeast corner]
Las Vegas NV 89109
Phone: 702.895.3909 [administrative office]
Directions to UNLV
Registration Fee: $175 | $100 Students (includes breakfast and lunch)
Forum: Both days will include presentations on issues surrounding our wild ones and horse slaughter.
Marketing Tables: We will have half-tables available to paid registrants on a first come, first served basis. Please email email@example.com to reserve your table.
Sponsors of $1,000 or more will receive a full table with their sponsorship.
Conference eMails: For non-EWA members or EWA members that currently don't receive our emails, you can sign-up for conference emails only HERE
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Registration Form: Click HERE
Hotel: Terrible's Hotel and Casino
4100 Paradise Road
Las Vegas NV 89109
Ask for Equine Welfare Alliance conference CODE: EWA918
Rates: 09.20 $26 + tax
09.21-09.22 $59 + tax
09.23-09.24 $26 + tax
Invitation: Click HERE [note: this is the original invitation so the conference venue is not correct but the links still apply!]
Wild Horse Tour Added! Click HERE for information.
Logo copyright IEC and Terry Fitch
At Old Friends Farm after the press conference
John, RT, Scott, Vicki, Silver Charm, Terry, Simone & Michael
Ann Marini, Equine Welfare Alliance and Animal Law Coalition are pleased to announce the first International Conference on Equine Welfare, a two part symposium to discuss issues related to (1) America’s Wild Horses and Burros and (2) Slaughter: the Equine Welfare, Human Health and Environmental Implications. The conference has been in the planning stages since early 2010 and is now scheduled to take place…..
When: September 26, 27 & 28, 2011
Where: Marriott Residence Inn
1456 Duke Street
Alexandria, Virginia 22314-3403
Additional conference details will be provided as plans are finalized. The agenda, along with the speakers will be released over the next couple of weeks. The speakers are selected based upon their scientific background and/or expertise in relevant topic areas such as stress, food safety, human health, equine health, ecology, law, training and other disciplines impacting equines. We encourage you to attend to hear the facts from the experts and engage in constructive dialog. Please add email@example.com to your address books as future messages relating to the conference will be sent from the conference email address. We ask that you use firstname.lastname@example.org for all conference related correspondence. You can also follow conference activities on our facebook page here –
http://www.facebook.com/International-Equine-Conference. We are looking forward to a productive conference and finally meeting everyone face-to-face!
** This is an archive of previous conferences **
EWA is pleased to announce our 3rd Annual International Equine Conference.
This year, the conference will be held at the Kentucky Horse Park on September 28 & 29 with activities planned for September 27.
2013 Conference Presenters
2013 Conference Agenda
International Equine Conference: Press Conference
Kentucky Horse Park
4089 Iron Works Parkway
Lexington, Kentucky 40511
[in order of appearance in the program]
Please note that some files are very large and may take a while to open.
John Holland, President, Equine Welfare Alliance
Dr. Marlene Haffner, Rear Admiral, USPHS (retired), Director of Orphan Products Development, FDA (retired), CEO, Haffner Associates
Jo Anne Normile, Founder of CANTER
Handout 1 | Handout 2
Keith Dane, The Humane Society of the United States
Marjorie Farabee, Wild Burro Protection League
Handout 1 | Handout 2
Katia Louise, Saving America's Horses: A Nation Betrayed
Valerie Stanley, Adjunct Professor of Animal Law, University of Maryland School of Law
Susan Wagner, Equine Advocates
Sonja Meadows, Executive Director, Animals' Angels, USA
Additional Slide Content
Suzanne Roy, American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign
Ginger Kathrens, The Cloud Foundation
Dr. Dan Rubenstein,
Professor of Zoology, Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Director, Program in African Studies. Chair, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Princeton University
Madeleine Pickens, Saving America's Mustangs
James Kleinert, Wild Horses and Renegades
Dr. Bruce Nock, Ph.D., Departments of Psychiatry, Anatomy and Neurobiology at Washington University School of Medicine in
St. Louis, MO
Jay Kirkpatrick, Ph.D.,
Director, The Science and Conservation Center, ZooMontana
Kara Laney, Study Director, National Academy of Sciences
We recommend booking hotel rooms quickly due to other events taking place the same weekend.
Additional details [presenters, agenda & Friday events] will be posted as details are finalized.