Thursday, 5 July 2012
International Society of Equitation Science Conference
Not long before the International Society of Equitation Science Conference starts in Edinburgh – July 18th -20th.
There is still time to register for the full three day conference including two days of presentations at the University of Edinburgh’s, Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies from equine experts talking about a wide range of subjects to do with measuring and improving the interaction between the horse and rider. There is an exciting programme with more than 30 spoken papers and 70 posters, with key talks including Dr Sue Dyson of the Animal Health Trust on the sustainable equine athlete to International Dressage Riders Club Secretary General and the World dressage Masters foundation’s, Wayne Channon, on the future of equestrian sports: evidence-based training systems. The conference practical day will be held on the 20th July at the Scottish National Equestrian Centre compèred by Olympic GB dressage team member, Richard Davison, with demonstrations by Dr Andrew McLean and other leading international scientists and practitioners. We welcome one day registrations for this event and encourage attendance by anyone with an interest in understanding how to use an evidence based approach to riding, driving and training.
For more information about whats on, the speakers and how to register, visit: www.ises-uk2012.com