Saturday, Jan. 20
6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Welcome to your exclusive industry experience! One of our premier benefits is exclusive networking opportunities. That’s why we’re welcoming you to OEC with an exciting night of networking with key industry representatives. Join us in the exhibit hall to meet, greet, and chat with exhibitors offering some of the latest and greatest in equine veterinary technology, products, and services.
Over the last decade, our Cocktail Reception has sparked many career-enhancing connections – who will you meet?
▪ Coconut Shrimp
▪ BBQ Pulled Pork Sliders
▪ Nashville Hot Chicken Sliders
▪ Vegetable Display
Sunday, Jan. 21
Win prizes just by spending time with exhibitors in the exhibit hall. Complete your bingo card by getting stamped at each participating exhibitor booth and submitting a completed card to the FAEP Membership booth for a chance to win.
Don’t miss your chance to win:
Saturday, Jan. 20
This year’s exciting conference is set during the same time WEC will be hosting a Grand Prix, part of the 2024 Winter Spectacular Show Series, offering 12 weeks of world-class hunter/jumper competition sanctioned by U.S. Equestrian (USEF), five of which will also be internationally rated by the Fédération Equestre International (FEI).
Come to OEC for CE lectures in the morning and stay for the Grand Prix under the lights at WEC! The competition is free to attend and takes place Saturday evening in the Grand Arena, after the cocktail reception.
This program #20-1092718 is pending AAVSB/RACE approval for 25 continuing education credits. The maximum number of credits available to veterinarians will be 25 CE hours, compromised of 17 lecture hours and 8 wet lab hours. The maximum number of credits available to veterinary technicians and team members will be 14 CE hours. Each 50-minute lecture is equal to one (1) continuing education credit. For your convenience in recording your CE hours, one certificate will be included in your registration packet. It is your responsibility to document the sessions you attend and the number of hours you receive. Conference attendees’ CE hours will be reported to AAVSB/RACEtrack.