For the work and commitment to the country's equine guild, CES University received special recognition from the Colombian Creole Horse Breeders Association of Silla (Asdesilla).
The distinction received by the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Zootechnics, on behalf of the University, was awarded by the President of the Association, Juan Esteban Vélez Restrepo, and the administrative director of the entity, Lucas Londoño Montoya, during the Grade B Equine Fair , 18 Metropolitan Expo, which took place on October 19, 2019.
"It makes a special recognition to the CES University, for all the commitment with the equine union leading the different research programs in favor of the improvement of our Colombian Creole horse" , reads the plaque given to Dr. Jhon Didier Ruiz Buitrago, dean of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Zootechnics of the U.
For Dean Ruiz Buitrago, the exaltation of the union highlights the joint work between that union and the Faculty, since since the beginning of 2018 they created the Animal Health and Conditioning Center (CESAS), at the Asdesilla headquarters in the municipality of Rionegro, Antioquia. During its operation it has been possible to carry out research work on reproduction, training of the athlete horse, work to provide services to the community, among others.
"At CESAS with Asdesilla we have done a great deal of work in favor of improving equine health, reproductive health and in addition to conditioning or training Colombian Creole horses and that is how the agreement we have two years ago For years we have been working on this alliance that has shown fruit on different fronts ” , added the dean.
The Association was established in 1963 by a group of passionate about the Colombian Creole horse in order to promote equine culture in Antioquia and the rest of the country.