Based on the theme ‘Promoting Career Longevity for Horse and Rider’, the Equine Performance Conference will include a range of lectures and practical demonstrations from industry experts and researchers from a variety of fields.
The Saturday will focus on the development of the rider and will include talks on rider psychology, managing rider injury and off-horse physical training programmes for equestrian riders. The Sunday will maintain focus on the horse and will include talks from a physiotherapist and an expert in artificial equine surfaces as well as a range of practical training demonstrations.
A full list of invited speakers will be released shortly. The lectures will take place in the comfort of the Howard Petch Conference Hall, with refreshments served at each break in the adjacent Seminar Lounge.
Tickets are available now and prices are inclusive of lunches on both days and refreshments at all breaks.
In addition to invited speakers, the conference will feature a number of research presentations to provide an update on the recent advances in the area of equine performance.
Abstracts are invited for researchers wishing to deliver either a 15-minute oral presentation or an academic poster presentation. The conference aims to provide a welcoming environment and abstracts from good quality undergraduate and postgraduate dissertations are encouraged. Download the author instructions. The final date for submission of abstracts is 5pm on Friday, 5 April 2019
The Equine Performance Conference has been approved as CPD for British Horse Society Accredited Professional Coaches (APCs). Each day of the conference counts for 7.5 hours of CPD and certificates of attendance will be provided.
If you require any further information or have any queries please contact the conference organising team either via email on firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone on 01964 553119.