Asymmetry in the horse – new evidence

This is a wonderful opportunity to watch Professor Emerita Hilary Clayton’s long-awaited keynote presentation from the 3rd Saddle Research Trust International Conference 2018, held in Nottingham University.

Hilary’s fascinating presentation, which discusses the horse from birth to maturity highlights the implications of asymmetry in the complex interaction of horses, riders and saddles.

Free unmissable preview included!

Richard Davison and Lucinda Green, our celebrity guests, along with Prof René Van Weeren who chaired the conference, feature in a great discussion led by 5*eventer Simon Grieve. Reflections of the conference presentations, personal observations, and just why this conference features in their diaries are all revealed!

We’re delighted that the SRT conferences are an important meet-up date and opportunity for collaboration, as well as an educational event for equestrians and equine industry stakeholders.

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There’s also a fabulous bonus video included when you download the on-demand Horse Asymmetry presentation:

Dr David Marlin gives a passionate summary on “How is horse welfare compromised in competition?” which was met with huge enthusiasm from the audience and even had our cameraman cheering. It was truly heartwarming to know that equine welfare remains at the heart of all those who attend and support the Saddle Research Trust Conferences.