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  • The idea of founding a society devoted to equitation science had first been raised during discussions at the Havemeyer Foundation Workshop on Horse Behavior and Welfare in Iceland in 2002.…

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  • The ISES Constitution is based on that of the International Society for Applied Ethology (ISAE) and we acknowledge ISAE and its aims in inspiring the formation of ISES. Ethical guidelines …

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  • The Mission of ISES is to promote and encourage the application of objective research and advanced practice which will ultimately improve the welfare of horses in their associations with humans. …

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  • A.N. McLean, P.D. McGreevy, J.W. Christensen The following ten training principles are presented as ‘First Principles' for all horse training interactions. As First Principles, these stand as…

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