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Global Equine Nutrition I


Equine Clinical Ethology – Cribbing & Wind sucking


Basic Sport Physiology of the Horse

Global Equine Nutrition (Level 2-3) will give an in-depth grounding in Equine Nutrition Science for those with previous basic knowledge in equine or animal nutrition with a view of feeding horses in different zones around the world. Modules include: Ingestive Behaviour, Feed Chemistry and Technology, Digestive Physiology and Ration Calculation Basics. For a detailed description, click here.

Credit hours for Continuing Education: This online course has been accredited with 144 PE points for continuing education (horses) by PE-online. PE- veterinarians is the organisation who on behalf of the Dutch Royal Society of Veterinary Medicine (KNMvD) accredits live and online education activities for vets. Note: This course is entirely in English. Do you want to buy the English-Spanish version? Click here.

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Cribbing and wind sucking are experienced by many owners and veterinarians as one of the most problematic equine stereotypies, which is perceived as virtually unable to be cured.  The course Equine Clinical Ethology – Cribbing & Wind sucking is aimed at an international audience that already has a good basic understanding of equine behaviour. This course is specifically designed for equine veterinarians to provide a condensed insight into the causation, diagnosis, treatment (and yes it can be stopped) and prevention of the “stable vice” cribbing and wind sucking (preferably referred to as stereotypic behaviour). However, animal science students and equine professionals with higher professional education may also appreciate the content of this course. This course consists of 1 module that includes 3 video’s (total lecture time 123 min), several exercises and supplementary material. More information can be found here.

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This ANIVADO level 1-2 course is created for equine professionals, horse owners, trainers and riders. The basic course provides the student with an introduction to the world of equine exercise physiology. It addresses the basic principles of exercise physiology, differences between humans and horses, training principles and the use of heart rate monitors in training sessions and training programs. This course is created by Dr Carolien Munsters, an expert in applied equine sport physiology and owner of Moxie Sport. More information about this course can be found here

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Applied Equine Sport Physiology





The Applied Equine Sport Physiology (AESP01-EN) gives an in-depth grounding in equine exercise physiology and training principles. The AESP01 course is developed by Dr Carolien Munsters, owner of Moxie Sport. The content of this course may also function as a preparation for “live courses” for professionals organised by Moxie Sport and/or Equine Integration. This Level 3 ANIVADO course is aimed at equine professionals with higher professional education or have an experience level equal to this. The course is also of interest to BSc & MSc students who want to learn more about applied sport physiology of the horse. This course translates theory into practice. We refer to the Basic Sport Physiology course (Dutch/English/Spanish) for those who would like to study this topic (first) on the foundation level. The Applied Equine Sport Physiology (AESP01-EN) involves over 320 minutes of video material (lectures and example videos).  Dr Carolien Munsters explains how to interpret the heart rate measurements using a variety of example videos of exercising horses. More information can be found here

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Students of the Norwegian Univesity of Life Sciences should log into the Anivado platform following the instructions in the e-mail that has been sent to you from the Anivado online course platform.  You will receive this e-mail only if you have been registered and enrolled in the course. The supervisor of the blended version of this course can only submit students for enrollment in this course. 




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