Free equine nutrition course

(8 Posts)
DreamySleepyNightySnoozySnooze Tue 29-Jan-13 14:01:07

The course has started! How are you all getting on?

I've watched the first 2 lectures this morning. I need to watch them again and make notes I think, to help it all sink in, before I attempt the quiz.

winniesmum Mon 14-Jan-13 18:42:24

Thanks! I've just signed up too!

DreamySleepyNightySnoozySnooze Sun 13-Jan-13 20:07:39

Excellent! I'm looking forward to having a project to focus on. My brain is slowly turning to mush from watching cbeebies.

MissBrown Sun 13-Jan-13 19:13:36

Brill, signed up. Thank you!

Nuttyfilly Fri 11-Jan-13 23:43:31

Hi everyone, i thought i may as well sign up, you never stop learning, hope my brain copes with it all. I did anatomy and nutrition a few years ago when i was racing but ive had baby since then and pregnant again and thought i would refresh myself, should be fun!

DreamySleepyNightySnoozySnooze Fri 11-Jan-13 23:36:01

I just heard about it today, it looks like it could be really useful. I did consider studying equine nutrition years ago, but had babies instead! grin

I've signed up for this
I signed up months ago and forgot about it until an email earlier this week

I'm really excited as I'm so interested in nutrition and a bit obsessive with feeding my horses

DreamySleepyNightySnoozySnooze Fri 11-Jan-13 23:30:11

I saw this link from Horse and Rider, and thought MNers might be interested. I've signed up for it, as I'm home with a baby and have nothing interesting to do apart from housework and playgroups. grin

I'm really missing riding (managed to get out for a few hours just after christmas but that's the first time since I got pregnant with Ds2!) so hopefully this will fill the horse shaped gap in my life, and prove to be useful when I one day get my own horse.

www.horseandrideruk.com/article.php?id=2737

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