The launch of the third SRT conference has generated unprecedented excitement with tickets selling out early on in the summer. A first-class line up of international speakers will be enlightening delegates about Horse, rider, saddlery interactions: Welfare & performance at Nottingham University’s 550 seat state-of-the-art De Vere Conference Centre.
The programme will explore the latest research on health and welfare aspects of the horse and rider relationship, from new techniques in equine pain recognition to rider posture and equine biomechanics. New research will be presented by leading vets and scientists, including world-renowned veterinarian, author and researcher, Professor Hilary Clayton and leading equine orthopaedic expert, Dr Sue Dyson.
Saddle Research Trust founder Anne Bondi said:
“We are thrilled to have garnered such interest from so many stakeholders in the equestrian world from veterinary surgeons and other professional practitioners to students and leisure riders. Anyone who has anything to do with horses has so much to gain from this year’s conference.
“By introducing live streaming will can reach so many more people and even more effectively further knowledge and understanding of the interaction between horses, saddles and riders.”
For the first time, the public conference will be followed by a Gala Awards Dinner with a host of celebrity guests. Limited tickets for the evening dinner, which promises to be a fun and entertaining event to round off a busy day of learning and debate, are still available to purchase separately here http://bit.ly/2w7iyE8