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Department of Animal Science
Events and News
Horse Day 2002



17th Annual Horse Day Symposium
Saturday and Sunday, October 12-13, 2002
Main Theater, UCD


 General Information

The SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL HORSE DAY SYMPOSIUM will be held on Saturday and Sunday, October 12 - 13th, 2002. Once again we are pleased to offer an exciting and excellent program for your educational enjoyment. The main program will be held in the Main Theater, which is located on Hutchison Drive on the east side of the UC Davis campus. Parking is available in Lots 5A and 5 at the corner of A Street and Old Davis Road and in Lot 10 on the corner of First and A Streets. There is no charge for parking. On-site registration will begin at 7:00 a.m. Please be aware that this program may be too technical for people under age 12.

Registration fee includes all course materials and break refreshments. Pre-registration (mail-in) is $25.00 ($20.00 ea. for a group of 10 or more) for the Horse Day, Oct. 12, and $50 or $150 for the Farrier Workshop on Oct 13. A box lunch is available for $6.75 on Saturday.

Deadline for postmarked pre-registration is October 1, 2002. NO refunds will be given after October 8, 2002. Registration at the door is $30.00. Lunch will not be available for purchase at the door.

DIRECTIONS: From 1-80 traveling west (from Sacramento), take the UC Davis exit. At the first stop sign turn right onto Old Davis Road. From I-80 traveling east (from San Francisco), take the UC Davis exit. At the first stop sign turn left under the overpass onto Old Davis Road. At the second stop sign turn right (still on Old Davis Road). Parking Lot 5 will be on your right at the junction of Old Davis Road and A Street. Walk down A Street, turn left on Hutchison. The Main Theater will be on your left

Demonstration or Tour

Following the lecture program, a demonstration on Driving will be presented at the Animal Science Horse Barn Arena. Buses to the arena will be available, or you may drive and park in either lot 46 or 47 (see map).

Alternatively, a tour is available of the Veterinary Medicine Teaching Hospital (VMTH). There is no charge for this tour, but pre-registration is required and space is limited to the first 50 people.

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