Events at Herning2022

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Events at Herning2022

Clinic with
Sissel Sandø Ulbæk
DEN
Sissel Sandø Ulbæk owns and runs the company Young Horse Performance on a daily basis specialized in developing young horses both physically and mentally. During Herning2022 she will host two clinics at the Agria Pony Arena; Saturday, August 6th: Signals and communication with your horse, where she will take the audience into the debt on how to establish a better connection with the horse to avoid miscommunication and misinterpretations. Sunday, August 7th: Environmental training, focusing on environmental training and its importance in how to prepare your horse for unexpected situations and unfamiliar situations.  
Professor at University of Copenhagen
Rikke Buhl
DEN
Rikke Buhl graduated as a veterinarian (DVM) in 1999 from the University of Copenhagen, Denmark where she also obtained a Ph.D. degree in 2004. Now, she is employed as a professor at the university. Her work is centred around equine cardiology, where she focuses on cardiovascular adaptations to exercise, often termed “Athlete ́s Heart” and cardiac arrhythmias in horses. Sunday, August 7: The equine athlete’s heart – do cardiac arrhythmias influence the performance of the horse? Cardiac arrhythmias are relatively common in athletic horses. Some arrhythmias are present continually whereas others are only intermittently present which makes them difficult to diagnose. Horses suffering from intermittent cardiac arrhythmias will typically have days with normal and satisfactory performance, followed by days with poor performance for no obvious reason. This presentation will lead you through the function of the heart, why cardiac arrhythmias in horses may result in reduced performance of the horse, and how we can diagnose and treat cardiac arrhythmias in horses. 
Associate Professor at University of Copenhagen
Lise Berg
DEN
Lise C. Berg graduated as a veterinarian (DVM) in 2002 from the University of Copenhagen, where she obtained her Ph.D. degree in 2008. Dr. Berg is also certified in Veterinary Chiropractic and Animal Rehabilitation. Her work is centred around orthopaedics and performance from a cellular level to the horse as a whole. Saturday, August 13: Stem cell therapy – what is it, and what can it do? Lameness is the main reason that the work with the horse is put on hold or even early retirement in sports horses. Our current treatment options are limited, and they mainly address the symptoms and not the cause of the injury. In recent years, a number of biological regenerative therapies have become more widely available in equine practice, where stem cell therapy is a very exciting new treatment option. But what is fiction and what is fact? This presentation will guide you through the newest data on stem cell therapy of horses, based on research from the stem cell research group at the Vet School at the University of Copenhagen. 
A path toward liberty with
Alizée Froment
FRA
The Frenchman Alizée Froment has been involved in the equestrian world her whole life, both as a successful Dressage rider competing on the international Grand Prix level and as a trainer for the National French pony Dressage team. Since 2009 she has shared her philosophy in shows where she demonstrates that even the most technical Dressage exercises can be ridden with only a neck rope. Friday, August 12: A path towards liberty work with Alizée Froment. In this clinic, the audience of Herning2022 will get an exclusive inside of the world of liberty work. 
Grooming clinics presented by Blue Hors Care
Tina Dufour
DEN
Tina Dufour is well-known for her stunning Instagram profile showing picture-perfect horses, plaiting techniques, and other grooming hacks. During Herning2022 she will be hosting three grooming clinics in cooperation with Blue Horse Care at Agria Pony Arena. Wednesday, August 10: Tina Dufour grooming clinic on preparing Dressage horses presented by Blue Hors Care. Tina will demonstrate and explain the techniques on how to groom a Dressage horse before going to a show. Friday, August 12:Tina Dufour grooming clinic on preparing Jumping horses presented by Blue Hors Care. Tina will demonstrate and explain the techniques on how to groom a Jumping horse before entering a show. Saturday, August 13: Tina Dufour grooming clinic for children presented by Blue Hors Care. In this clinic, Tina will focus on safety in the stable and the importance of grooming your horse before riding. 
Q&A and masterclass with
Tristan Tucker
GBR
Tristan Tucker is a well-known name within the equestrian world. He trains horses from the early beginning to Grand Prix level, teaching students, and is competing at an international level, giving demonstrations and clinics all over the world about his own developed TRT Method. Friday, August 12: Q&A with Tristan Tucker that gives the audience of Herning2022 a unique opportunity to ask questions to Tristan. Ask your questions on our social media, and specific questions will be pointed out and answered on the Zibrasport Equest Stage in a dialogue between Louise Hededam and Tristan Tucker. Saturday, August 13: “What do horses really need from us as humans”, get the answer when Tristan takes in an unknown horse and demonstrates the effects of the TRT Method, giving one of our followers on social media the opportunity to bring their horse for this clinic – the contest will be announced on Herning2022 social media.
Mental Training with
Poppy Blandford
IRL
Poppy Blandford works internationally as a Mental Performance Coach specialising in equestrian sport. Working closely with federations, development squads, teams, coaches, and international riders, Poppy has built a strong reputation for her specialist ability to influence the performance of equestrian athletes both in competition and training. Saturday, August 13: Why is mental training important? Tips and tricks with Poppy Blandford, hear about the importance of mental training within the equestrian sport, and learn how to implement elements in your everyday training and show situations. Sunday, August 14: High-performance level with Poppy Blandford. Get insights on how some of world’s best riders mentally prepare for big events such as the World Championships, the techniques they use on the day of the competition, and what they do from the course walk to the warm-up arena and on to the main arena.
Fitness Clinic
Presented by Blue Hors
DEN
As one of the leading equestrian centres of the world, combining sport and breeding under one roof, Blue Hors strives to contribute to the improvement of both Dressage horses and riders on a global scale. With Blue Hors being both a stallion station and a sales and training stable, the health of both the horses and riders plays a major role in the day-to-day life. All riders are therefore part of a fitness programme, in which they make sure their physical form is in top shape to perform on the highest of levels. Lasse Kristensen is the trainer of the Blue Hors riders and will be hosting the clinic. Thursday, August 11: Blue Hors fitness clinic highlights the importance of physical training, providing tips and tricks on how to improve your riding skills from the ground. 
A farrier’s role in horses health and performance
Aksel Vibe
NOR
This lecture aims to explain basic principles in hoof care and the key role a farrier can play in letting your horse recover faster from certain injuries through orthopaedic shoeing. And, how to help horses avoid injuries and reach their full capacity through preventive shoeing and good teamwork Aksel Vibe AWCF has been shoeing horses for over 30 years and is now working with top dressage and show jumping horses. A big part of his job is shoeing and consulting in orthopaedic shoeing. He is also working as a farrier instructor and lecturer all over Europe, privately and as an ambassador for Mustad Hoofcare. Aksel is very much looking forward to this opportunity to share his knowledge and passion with the WEG audience.
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