The Sustainable Equine 2016
Come and find out what's going on in the equestrian world with an exciting day of talks and demonstrations that explore the practical application of research aimed at improving the sustainability and welfare of the horse and its environment.
- From: Friday 8 July 2016, 12 am
- To: Friday 8 July 2016, 12 am
- Location: Bramley, Nottingham Trent University, Brackenhurst Campus, Southwell, Nottinghamshire, NG25 0QF
- Booking deadline: Saturday 8 July 2017, 12.00 am
Want to find out more about what is going on in the equestrian world? Come and join us at Nottingham Trent University's Brackenhurst Campus on Friday 8 July 2016 for a day of talks and demonstrations on the theme of 'The Sustainable Equine'.
We have an exciting programme of speakers who are leaders in their respective fields, and will have additional information and research findings in areas including horse management, training, performance and welfare, and developing more environmentally friendly approaches.
We will be covering issues that relate to horses and ponies in all spheres of life, from those rescued from abandonment and neglect to elite performance horses. The event is free, but we will be asking for donations to support the valuable work of equine welfare charities.
NTU (Brackenhurst) presents a day of talks and demonstrations that explore the practical application of research aimed at improving the sustainability and welfare of the horse and its environment.
|9.00||Registration and refreshments, with posters and stands for viewing, Bramley Building|
|9.25||Carol Hall (NTU), Welcome, Where’s Woody? (Friends matter)|
|10.00||Jane Myers (Equiculture), A system for sustainable horsekeeping|
|10.30||Lauren Emerson (NTU BSc Equine Sports Science), Practice and attitudes regarding trimming of equine vibrissae (sensory whiskers) in the UK and Germany|
|10.45||Kym Griffin (NTU Academic Associate), Sleep patterns in the horse: a measure of wellbeing?|
|11.00||Refreshments, plus poster and stand viewing|
|11.30||Hayley Randle (Senior Vice President of the International Society for Equitation Science;Equitation Science Programmes Lead, Duchy College), Equitation Science: Putting Research into Practice|
|12.00||Alison Northrop (Anglia Ruskin University), The relationship between the riding surface and sustainable performance|
|12.30||Anne Bondi (Saddle Research Trust), The impact of saddle fit on performance and welfare|
|13.00||Lunch, plus poster and stand viewing|
|14.00||Nicolas de Brauwere (MRCVS; Head of Welfare and Behaviour, Redwings Horse Sanctuary),|
Equine Crisis: What Equine Crisis?
|14.20||Jeremy Kemp-Symonds (MRCVS, Bransby Horses), Veterinary challenges in the welfare industry|
|14.40||Gillian Carlisle (Chief Executive, The British Thoroughbred Retraining Centre), Life after racing|
|15.10||Jim Green (British Animal Rescue and Trauma Care Association), Equine rescues, the journey so far: Development of rescue protocols, challenges, and future applications for the equine industry|
|16.00||Refreshments at the Brackenhurst Equestrian Centre|
|17.00||Demonstrations, to include Working from the ground; Re-training the racehorse|
|18.30||Finale: Carrie Adams (Centre-Lines Dressage) presents Bransby Impressario|
The full programme of events is available for download.
Booking is required for this event.
The event is free to attend and open to members of the public. Please click on the add to basket button above and complete the short online booking process to reserve a place(s).
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Car parking is available.