Welcome to our fall newsletter.
Welcome to our third ISES newsletter- and what a welcome sight it is!
Amidst all of the hardship, changed circumstances, threats to health, family, jobs and life as we knew it, it has at times been difficult during the past 18 months to visualise life returning to normal again. Browsing through our latest newsletter I have been struck by excitement once again at developments around the world, including the Canadian noseband regulations pilot study, funding of important equitation science related research - and the generous individuals behind such developments, scientific snippets - including a study on bucking horses, the impact of individual stabling on welfare, the development of a valuable guide for veterinarians on handling frightened horses, details of a new textbook translating equitation science principles into the Czech language, and the lives and passions of some of our most active and passionate equitation science colleagues. Enlivened with pictures, colour and variety, I believe this newsletter will be enjoyed by ISES members and non-members alike.
My heartfelt thanks and "Well Done" to Susi and Toni - our wonderful newsletter team!