Equine Ranching Newsletter
January 29, 2010
In This Issue
Dr. Freeman Appointed Dean at WCVM
2010 CQHA AGM Keynote Speaker Sue Wallis
2010 H3 NAERIC Trainers' Challenge
Dr. Douglas Freeman Appointed Dean of Veterinary College at University of Saskatchewan

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Dr. Douglas Freeman, currently serving on the Equine Ranching Advisory Board of Directors, has recently been appointed by the University of Saskatchewan as the Western College of Veterinary Medicine's (WCVM) new dean.
Freeman, who begins his five-year term on March 1, 2010, will become the regional veterinary college's sixth dean in its 45-year history.  He will replace Dr. Charles Rhodes, the WCVM's dean since 2002.  Rhodes is retiring after 39 years of service with the college.
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2010 CQHA Annual General Meeting Keynote Speaker Ms. Sue Wallis to Address "Ethical Considerations Around Horses, Domestic & Feral, & the Morality of Horse Meat" 
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 Keynote Speaker Presentation Proudly Sponsored by NAERIC
The Canadian Quarter Horse Association (CQHA) is very pleased to announce that Ms. Sue Wallis will be the distinguished keynote speaker during the 2010 CQHA Annual General Meeting, Friday, February 5, 2010, at 7:00 p.m. (held in conjunction with the 2010 Equine Canada Annual Conference, January 31 - February 8, 2010, at the Le Centre Sheraton Montreal Hotel, Montreal, QC)
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NAERIC 2nd Annual Platinum Sponsor of 2010 Horse3 - Head, Heart, Hooves Trainers' Challenge
Back by popular demand!  2010 NAERIC Trainers' Challenge featuring three trainers from around the world to show and teach their methods of training.
 The Keystone Centre, Brandon, Manitoba, will once again be hosting an Equine Educational Weekend called Horse3 (Head*Heart*Hooves) on April 16-18, 2010.  The H3 event promises to be another exciting weekend full of equine entertainment and educational events. 
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The North American Equine Ranching Information Council (NAERIC) is a non-profit association of equine ranchers engaged in horse production and management of pregnant mares. Estrogens extracted from pregnant mares' urine (PMU) are used in the production of hormone therapies for women. NAERIC serves its members, the horse industry and general public as an agribusiness resource by providing the latest information and research on ranch management, equine care, breeding practices and innovative marketing programs.  The council is dedicated to ensuring the NAERIC brand represents overall quality.  NAERIC supports and promotes the partnership between agriculture and women's health care.  For complete information, visit
The North American Equine Ranching Information Council (NAERIC)
P.O. Box 43968
Louisville, Kentucky 40253
Ph) 502-245-0425
Fax) 502-245-0438