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The entire conference (academic part and practical day) was hosted by the French Institute for Horse and Riding (Ifce) within the French National Riding School. The Ifce is the French public operator which aims at promoting the professionalization of the…

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Conference theme: Ethical Equitation for All Equestrian Disciplines – Breaking Barriers and Building Bridges Scientific sessions Equine temperament and emotion – assessing and predicting The therapeutic riding horse – stress behaviours and biomechanics Horse welfare – the working equid, husbandry practices…

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Conference theme: Equine Stress, Learning and Training Scientific themes: Interpretation of equine stress responses Learning and cognition Sustainable training and riding. The conference was attended by 235 delegates from 22 countries. The conference attracted international scientists and practitioners discussing aspects…

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Conference Theme: Embracing Science to Enhance Equine Welfare and Horse–Human Interactions The International Society for Equitation Science (ISES) held its 9th annual conference in the United States. The scientific days were hosted at the University of Delaware, Newark, DE and…

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Conference theme: Equitation Science – The Road Ahead will showcase how equitation science has developed as a discipline and how new innovations in technology can be used to improve practice. ISES UK 2012 took place in an Olympic year in the…

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The International Society for Equitation Science conference was held in southern Netherlands at the prestigious and well-known Academy Bartels in Hooge Mierde in conjunction with the Global Dressage Forum. Pegasus demonstration at ISES 2011 The Dutch Pegasus team were delighted…

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Horse Welfare and Human Safety: The Importance of Learning, Training and Education was the main conference theme. Training and education of horses and riders, from a scientific as well as from a practical perspective were discussed during the conference hosted…

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ISES Sydney 2009 was hosted by the Faculty of Veterinary Science at the University of Sydney and at the Centennial Parklands Equestrian Complex. The conference tackled some highly topical issues including the sustainability of horse sports and the concept of…

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Conference theme - The Horse–Human Dyad: How Can We Improve Our Understanding of Equine Training, Performance and Welfare Simultaneously? ISES Dublin 2008 took place in a most appropriate location at the Royal Dublin Society (RDS) – home of the Fáilte…

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There were 17 peer-reviewed research papers and 6 posters. A tour and demonstration of equine biomechanics was held at the Mary Anne McPhail Center with Hilary Clayton PhD who demonstrated (e.g. the use of pressure assessment to gauge rein…

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