Twemlows Stud Farm & Stallion AI Services Open Day

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OPEN DAY

22 April 2012

11am – 4pm

 Take an opportunity to come to the first Open Day to be held at Twemlows Stud Farm and  Stallion AI Services, since becoming one of the leading AI, Embryo Transfer and Semen collection Centres in the UK.

  • STALLION SHOW

  • LECTURES

  • DEMONSTRATIONS

  • TRADE STANDS

  • REFRESHMENTS

Including a demonstration by British Equine Futurity,
‘How to prepare and show your foal for Futurity Evaluations’

A talk by James Crawford MRCVS from Elite Stallions,
‘Choosing a suitable sire for your mare’ 

There will also be our guest Johanna Vardon MBE from 
The National Foaling Bank,
where you can ask questions you may have regarding your foals. 

Confirmed stallions so far: Kansas B, Cunning Devil Z, Demonstrator, Libra K, Carrick Diamond Lad, Revolution, Mill Law, Wolkenderry, Barquero JF, Schenkendorf, Danny Kannan, Casanova Du Domaine Z, Oso Dashing Walter Brown, Habanero XLI, Zip Phin, Angelo Arnee, Weston Justice, Haven Stud Caprichio, Primitive Faerie Tale, Tulls Court, Cumbria Zarife, Sabur, Legacy, Uptons Deli Circus, Franklyn Sugar and Call Again Casanova 

Throughout the day demonstrations will be taking place on both the stallion and mare yard, and there will be time for you to speak to our resident vets. 

Twemlows Stud Farm is a family run business, run by Richard Matson and Edward Matson, it has become one of the leading UK artificial insemination and embryo transfer centres,  with over 300 mares passing through Twemlows each season.  Take this opprotunity to have a walk around our facilities, talk to the vets and see what we have to offer. 

Stallion AI Services (SAIS) is the leading UK semen collection centre, boasting the latest technology in their laboratory, they offer a wide range of services including semen freezing and storage, fertility testing, fresh and chilled semen distribution.  SAIS is owned and managed by Tullis Matson who has been successfully practising AI for over 18 years and has collected from over 600 stallions.  Come along and meet the stallions, and talk with their owners.  

All money raised at the refreshment stand will be donated to The National Foaling Bank.

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