A Subdivision of Whirlwind
Equine Scent Detection has an exciting announcement to make about our
As many of you already know,
over the past 13 years I have traveled across the United States and into
Canada promoting Equine Scent Detection with my clinics and demonstrations.
It has been proven that the horse’s natural ability to locate and follow
scent to its source can serve our modern world with a whole range of
uses. Due to the overwhelming worldwide interest we have found that there is
a need for an association that will better serve the horse community, and
preserve the integrity of equine scent detection. This new organization will
be called American Equine Scenting Association. The American Equine Scenting
Association will serve as the governing entity and will lead the way in
research, certification standards, membership, and training. If you are
interested in booking a clinic for 2014 please email me at email@example.com.
All Mounted SAR responders should have knowledge of their
equines natural scenting capabilities and be able to recognize equine
Tests have shown that equine scent detection could be
useful in finding meth labs, marijuana fields and with a little thinking out
of the box, even vehicle interdiction. For narcotic detection the equines neck and nose act like
a scent detecting probe. The rider can position this probe in a variety of
locations in order to achieve a systematic precision search.
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