We are inviting researchers to submit their scientific posters for inclusion in the 4th Saddle Research Trust International Conference, with the possibility of winning a prestigious Saddle Research Trust Welfare and Performance Award. Poster abstracts, should meet the requirements outlined in the link below: https://www.saddleresearchtrust.com/srt-4th-international-conference-call-for-scientific-poster-abstracts/ Please send to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than
The Saddle Research Trust (SRT) is pleased to announce that tickets are now on sale for the highly anticipated 4th International Conference ‘Welfare and Performance of the Ridden Horse: The Future’, to be held at Nottingham University (De Vere Conference Centre) on Saturday 11th, December 2021. With tickets priced from
We are delighted to announce our keynote speakers, who will be presenting their latest ground-breaking research at the SRT 4th International Conference ‘Welfare & Performance of the Ridden Horse: The Future’, to be held at Nottingham University on Saturday 11th December 2021. The defining feature of our conferences is the
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
Dr Thilo Pfau is a computer scientist by training, who achieved his PhD in signal patterning and process recognition. Thilo moved from a postdoctoral research position at the International Computer Science Institute in Berkeley, California to the Royal Veterinary College Structure and Motion Lab in the area of biomechanics of
Russell Mackechnie-Guire of Centaur Biomechanics discussed the prevalence and causes of rider asymmetry and the importance of the correct horse, rider and saddle combination at his presentation, given at the 3rd International Saddle Research Trust Conference in December 2018. It seems that riders have a poor perception of their weight distribution! Russell’s presentation
Professor Lars Roepstorff graduated as a veterinary surgeon in 1985, is the Swedish national team vet and heads the Department of Equine Studies at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU). His scientific work focuses on the study of equine locomotion with the aim of improving equine health and soundness.
We’re delighted to be able to share this keynote presentation, which was so enthusiastically received at the 3rd Saddle Research Trust international Conference. The full presentation is now available to watch online here Dr. Dyson’s presentation gives a detailed report of how an ethogram was developed to study the ridden horse.
The SRT Conference and Research Workshop 2018 report has been published in Equine Veterinary Journal and is available via this link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/evj.13088 Thanks to the valued support of World Horse Welfare, the publication is free to view by anyone.
Click here to view our March newsletter. Research Posters from SRT2018 – the award winners The Saddle Research Trust sent out a call for researchers to submit summaries of their work to be considered for a poster display at the 2018 International Conference. The research studies had to meet exacting criteria before