New for 2020 the IHSGB is running a series of webinars with an online presentation followed by a Q&A, members can join online or dial in by phone. We’re still working on the full schedule, but new webinars will be announced via our eBulletin, website and Sleipnir magazine as they’re added. Please note, these webinars are organised by the IHSGB and intended as a forum to promote thought and discussion but do not necessarily represent the views of the society.


Webinar schedule

When – 7:30pm, 26th March 2020

Hosted by – Mic Rushen

Get some valuable insights into the process of importing an Icelandic horse.

When – 7:30pm, 9th April 2020

Hosted by – Mic Rushen

With differing degrees of sweet itch reactions, horse personalities, the environment within which you keep your horse and your local weather patterns; its difficult to know what will work best for your individual Icelandic. Mic has years of knowledge and previous owner of Solva Sweet itch rugs. With a wealth of knowledge, Mic can help you put together a toolbox of ideas and thoughts on how best to manage and keep your horse comfortable. Mic has one sweet itch ‘rule’ which can be used is almost every situation. Come learn what that is, to ensure the safeguard of all that lovely Icelandic mane and tail. A great webinar for those new to sweet itch, or who have experience to help share their practices.


FAQ

How do I join a webinar?

Just email leisure@ihsgb.co.uk at least 48 hours before the event to register for a webinar, you’ll be sent your joining instructions and a link via email.

What if I miss it or want to watch it again?

All our webinars are recorded and will be available online in the members area on our website. To access the members area you’ll need the password on the bottom of your ebulletin email, or just message communications@ihsgb.co.uk for a reminder.

I have an idea for a webinar!

Great! We’d love to hear your suggestions for topics and hosts – just send them to leisure@ihsgb.co.uk . If you don’t have a speaker in mind, but there’s topic you’d really like to hear more about, we’d still love to hear it.