The international conferences serve as a platform where the latest scientific results into the training and welfare of horses are communicated and discussed. It is a meeting place for academics and non-academics to link science with practice.
During the meetings, plenary oral and poster sessions are held, along with practical demonstrations addressing various topics in horse training.
The peer reviewed papers and posters are summarized in the Proceedings that are available for download.
University of British Columbia
Vancouver B.C. Canada
August 6 - 8 2015
ISES is especially encouraging submissions in the following areas:
- Applying Equitation Science across diverse disciplines
- Welfare assessment of different training methods and equipment uses
- Looking for the positives (measuring the positive aspects of horse-human interaction, looking for evidence of positive emotional states in horses etc.)
- Preference testing and motivation testing relevant to Equitation Science
NOTE: All topics of interest to Equitation Science will be considered
Click HERE for detailed guidelines and a link to the online submission service
Abstracts may be submitted online between Feb 2, and April 1, 2015.