Enhancing Horse Welfare and Improving Rider Relationships through Research and Expertise
Hear a welcome message from the President and become a member to learn about the Society's mission and game-changing position statements on horse training and behaviour. Join as a practitioner, associate, student, or supporter and be part of a global community dedicated to advancing equine knowledge!Watch on YouTube
ISES offers 5 people up to £1000 to support travel costs towards the 2024 Annual Conference: New Zealand
Are you eager to attend the International Environmental Science and Engineering Society (ISES) conference in New Zealand in 2024 but concerned about the costs? We have great news for you! ISES is offering travel grants to help individuals attend the upcoming conference.Read more
ISES Supports the Recommendations Made by the Equine Ethics and Wellbeing Commission
The International Society for Equitation Science (ISES) has been in contact with the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) to support the recommendations made by the Equine Ethics and Wellbeing Commission.Read more
Exclusive sneak peek from our honorary and founding fellows Part 2
In a recent conversation with Dr. Debbie Goodwin, we received a delightful personal update from her. Debbie is co-founder of ISES and a prominent researcher on domestic animal behaviour and welfare.Read more
Exclusive sneak peek from our honorary and founding fellows Part 1
Professor Paul McGreevy shares personal updates and provides global resources for horse owners.
Professor McGreevy, Dr Kate Fenner, Dr Andrew Mclean and Professor James Serpell's E-BARQ questionnaire extends to ISES members and the equestrian community, offering invaluable information about your horse and other horses worldwide.Read more
ISES has recently launched a captivating series of infographics, available exclusively to members. Every two weeks, the members area will be updated with new, groundbreaking research episodes. Regardless of your level of expertise, these infographics are designed to enhance your understanding of equitation science.
This is exclusive to ISES members.Become a member today!
The First ISES Podcast: Choosing your research subject
The International Society for Equitation Science has just released its first-ever podcast on the subject of choosing a research topic. This podcast offers insights and advice for researchers who want to make informed decisions about their research subjects.Listen now on our website