On Sunday 9th October (Harvest Full Moon) we held a sold out Ancient HorseTech workshop in Kildare (the ‘Thoroughbred’ County) Ireland. So many of the most exciting HorseTech opportunities lie in rediscovering things that our equestrian ancestors simply knew & understood and this full day workshop was held to discuss and engage audiences with the key opportunities and possibilities.
Some important things you may need to unlearn (former NASA Scientist)
Moon Cycles & your Horses (Equine Astrologist)
Equine Music Therapy (Sharon Quigley, Pythagoras Institute of Sound & Vibrational Healing)
An overview of Electromagnetics, (IMVGDY, BioField Pulsed ElectroMagnetic Field Technology)
How would Colonel William Hall-Walker/Lord Wavertree be using modern technology (David Doherty, HorseTech Conference).
Tour of a racing yard with demos of the HorseTech being used (Champion Racehorse Trainer)
Demonstration of world leading water enhancement technologies being pioneered with Irish Thoroughbreds (David Doherty, HorseTech Conference).
How we plan to foal an ‘Eclipse’ on the 8th April 2024 (US Racehorse Breeder)
The event was organised as an ideation workshop for prospective clients of a transformational new technological product that David Doherty (Producer of the HorseTech Conference) is bringing to market with select racehorse trainers and breeders that will help them to utilise understandings of lunar cycles to optimise the health and welfare of their horses.
In contrast to all our other Conferences there won’t be a livestream and video recordings shared of all the talks as some of the ideas being shared are very disruptive and considered a bit ‘out there’ by modern scientists as their focus is so myopically focused on the organic medicine model. We hope to produce a highlight video and share it here after the event and we’ll also finalise an ‘Ancient Technology’ chapter to feature in the completely free HorseTech Market Report that you can download here.
Limited tickets were available at a cost of just €1,000 each and include transportation and a “Weo, The Bottle” (as we wanted all the delegates to begin to experience the benefits of the water technology that is being used to optimise the health of the legendary champion racehorse that delegates met with as part of the workshop).
If you would like to share ideas with us or be. involved in another workshop please get in touch with David Doherty.
Please visit the websites of the generous sponsors who supported the workshop: