Myerscough College News, Equine studies

OFFICIAL OPENING: Multi-million pound Croxteth Park expansion unveiled

Published
Friday 1 February

The Metro Mayor of the Liverpool City Region was the special guest at the official opening of a multi-million pound education hub at Myerscough College’s centre at Croxteth Park on Merseyside.

Travel scholarships for young farmers, equines & horticulturalists up for grabs

Published
Tuesday 29 January

Thousands of pounds are once again available thanks to an annual travel scholarship for young people involved in agriculture, equine and horticulture.

World Champion Blacksmith gives farriery masterclass to Myerscough students

Published
Thursday 15 Nov 2018

Myerscough College’s farriers were honoured to receive a visit this week from five-time World Champion Blacksmith, Steve Beane.

Natalie’s research has horse power

Published
Tuesday 30 Oct 2018

A University Centre Myerscough equine graduate’s research has been recognised after she won the BETA (British Equestrian Trade Association) Equine Thesis of the Year competition.

Myerscough College welcome Olympic Dressage gold medallist

Published
Monday 22 Oct 2018

Olympic dressage gold medallist, Carl Hester MBE, thrilled a packed house inside Myerscough College’s International Equine Arena.

Equine graduate Natalie gallops to dissertation recognition

Published
Tuesday 16 Oct 2018

A University Centre Myerscough equine graduate’s research has been recognised after made the final of a national competition.

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