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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

Diary of a Research Study

If you have ever wondered what it’s like to take part in a research study, or would have liked to have participated in the latest phase of the equine behaviour study but were unable to attend, then this is your opportunity to find out more!   Anne Bondi, SRT Director said,

Equine Veterinary Education Podcast: ‘Application of a ridden horse ethogram to video recordings of horses before and after diagnostic analgesia’

In this podcast Sue Dyson discusses her recent article on application of a ridden horse ethogram to video recordings of horses before and after diagnostic analgesia and Stephen Purdy discusses small herd behaviour in domestic donkeys. Listen to the podcast here. View the full article here, which will be free

Equinology: Principles of Saddle Fitting courses

A foundation course that provides students with theoretical principles of saddle fitting and their practical application. Participants will learn a comprehensive system for the evaluation of the three elements of the horse, saddle and rider interaction, both individually and collectively. The course content will enhance the skills of the participants

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