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Jaymie discusses why learning something new everyday and why learning to be relaxed with your horse  is important. …

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The conference theme is Equine welfare: good training, good feeding, good housing, good mental state, good health, good behaviour

Camie discusses the importance of animal welfare and treating the horses with care. …

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Sheila Ramsey breeds Connemara horses and instigated research into Hoof Wall Separation Disease (HWSD), a genetic hoof disease that affects ponies of the Connemara breed. In this audio she discusses how a continued, concerted social media campaign generated international momentum and resulted in policy changes by breed societies worldwide. …

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Marc discusses how commencing riding at age 32 was difficult as well as talking about his research and working with Andrew McLean.  He discusses the impact of destiny and relative aggressiveness in a newly formed group of horses as well as social behaviour and group housing. …

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Iris discusses her research into the timing between the click and the reward. She talks about her journey around the world starting with a grey pony at her local riding school, then on to dressage and cutting horses and how horses have aligned with her studies. …

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Meredith discusses why it is important to train horses on the ground before you get on their back.  The more time spend on the ground with your horse the easier it is when you ride. …

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In this audiocast, Assoc. Prof. Kirrily Thompson discusses why it is important to work on your relationship with your horse, remember that horse are controlled by humans. Dr Kirrily is a horse owner and a Cultural Anthropologist, with a special interest in human-horse relations. …

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Barbara Paladino is an equine veterinarian who completed a PhD in equine road transportation at the University of Sydney. She currently works as a researcher at the Department of Veterinary Medicine, University of Bari, Italy. She is a member of the organising committee for the 14th International Equitation Science Conference which will take place in Rome on September 21-24, 2018. In this interview with Glenys Cox from Horse Chats, Barbara explains why it is crucial to train and condition your horse in preparation to travel, as well as monitoring health during and after the journey. …

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