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Barn Fire Seminar to Help Horse Owners
Saturday, July 16, 2022
10:00am - 04:30pm

The Indiana Thoroughbred Alliance presents an educational seminar to present what barn owners need to do to be better prepare for barn fires
The seminar, titled “Barn Fires: What You Think You Know, but Don’t”, will be presented on July 16 in the Family Pavilion at Horseshoe Indianapolis in Shelbyville, Indiana. Arszman and board members worked alongside presenters of the seminar to put together an informative program that gives attendees the most information in an easily digestible nugget.

In 2022 a devastating fire hurt the Indiana Thoroughbred breeding industry when one Indiana farm burned to the ground. Broodmares carrying the dreams of breeders were lost in the fire and the dreams of owners were crushed. When that fire destroyed the farm that has been vital to the Indiana horse racing industry earlier this year, the owner reached out to Megan Arszman for help in crisis communications and reputation management. Now, Arszman is working alongside the Indiana Thoroughbred Alliance to produce a seminar to help educate all horse and livestock farm owners on what they can do to better prepare and protect themselves from fires.

The seminar is FREE and open to everyone, however pre-registration is required. Attendees can pre-register by going to EventBrite.
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