Although there were many challenges in 2020, there were some great opportunities and bright spots too. Online education had a real boost with some excellent, informative webinars available. We will continue to promote these to ensure as many people as possible can take advantage of quality equine learning opportunities. Please send
We are really excited to report that the work of the Saddle Research Trust and research supported by us has been recognised by the Equine Veterinary Journal and Equine Veterinary Education readers as being key information. Four papers have been awarded certificates from the publishers, Wiley, in recognition of being among the top
Introducing the illustrated ridden horse ethogram! Click on the link below to access the full ethogram: The SRT has produced this easy to use, illustrated version of the ridden horse ethogram to provide a simple and informative guide. Every horse owner, rider, coach, saddle fitter and professional practitioner can now
The Saddle Research Trust would like to convey very best wishes to Sue in her retirement. We are absolutely delighted that she will continue in her role as SRT Veterinary Advisor, a position she has held from our beginning in 2009. Sue works tirelessly to promote the welfare and performance
The rider weight study is an outcome of the 2014 SRT Research Workshop. This collaborative project comprises a series of studies, investigating the effects of rider weight on equine welfare and performance. The first two articles resulting from Phase 1 of the project have now been published: Dyson, S. ,
Click here to view our January newsletter. Social Licence: what it is, why we need it, and how we can keep it. Roly Owers, Chief Executive of World Horse Welfare, joint conference sponsors with Wow saddles, gave a stirring talk at srt2018. Watch the complete presentation here
Saddle Research Trust Director, Dr Anne Bondi was recently interviewed by Come Along for the Ride, Australia. Click here to listen to this fascinating insight into her life and views on horses, riders and saddlery.