Equitation Science

Equitation Science

Hosted by: International Society for Equitation Science

Welcome to the International Society for Equitation Science (ISES) podcast, where we delve into matters related to horse welfare, training, and the horse-rider relationship. As a not-for-profit organization, ISES is...

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Episodes

New Zealand Conference Bite-Sized Interviews: Introduction

Welcome to the official Spotify channel of the International Society for Equitation Science New Zealand Conference! Join us as we delve into the captivating world of equine research through our 'Bite-Sized Interviews'...
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New Zealand Conference Bite-Sized Interviews: Leonie Lee

Leonie Lee is an individual deeply committed to enhancing equine welfare through innovative design. With a wealth of experience in both the equine and architecture sectors, Leonie founded Equined with the vision of...
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New Zealand Conference Bite-Sized Interviews: Dr Gabriel Lencioni

Dr. Gabriel Lencioni is a veterinarian and PhD student in Animal Welfare at the School of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science (FMVZ) of the University of S√£o Paulo (USP). His passion for the study of animal...
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New Zealand Conference Bite-Sized Interviews: Dr Lindsay Skyner

Lindsay has worked in several countries since obtaining her undergraduate in animal behaviour and welfare and PhD in primate welfare nearly 20 years ago. Her longest employment was as an academic staff member running...
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New Zealand Conference Bite-Sized Interviews: Olivia Curry

Olivia Curry, an EASTBIO Funded PhD Candidate, is investigating behavioral indicators for the assessment of pain in horses. Her research focuses on identifying subtle cues and behaviors that can serve as reliable...
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New Zealand Conference Bite-Sized Interviews: Karly Liffen

Ms. Karly Liffen, an equine science graduate, is currently pursuing her Ph.D. focusing on 'The behavior and welfare of horses working in Australian cattle feedlots' with a specialization in animal behavior and welfare...
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New Zealand Conference Bite-Sized Interviews: Caleigh Copelin

Caleigh Copelin is a PhD student at the University of Guelph, specialising in Equine Behaviour and Welfare. Her research focuses on investigating the impact of management strategies on the stress levels and welfare of...
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New Zealand Conference Bite-Sized Interviews: Meredith Chapman

Meredith Chapman has worked as a Consultant/Advisor in WHS and Vocational Rehabilitation throughout Australia for over 20 years. Meredith’s academic career includes a Masters in Safety Science and post-graduate...
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New Zealand Conference Bite-Sized Interviews: Miranda Brauns

Miranda Brauns is passionate about leveraging ethology to develop effective strategies for animal care, conservation, and sustainability. Her career goal is to apply behavioral-based approaches to advance animal...
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New Zealand Conference Bite-Sized Interviews: Dr Anne Louise Knox

Annie completed a Bachelor of Veterinary Science at The University of Queensland in 2004. Her special interest in animal welfare drew her from a career in private practice to roles with the RSPCA and Principal Racing...
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New Zealand Conference Bite-Sized Interviews: Kylie Legg

Kylie is a lecturer in equine science at Massey University in the School of Veterinary Science. She has a strong background in engineering as well as 20 years practical experience of working and training horses and...
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New Zealand Conference Bite-Sized Interviews: Amber Wells

Amber Wells is currently pursuing her Master's degree in Animal Science with a specialization in equine behavior and extension at Oklahoma State University, under the guidance of Dr. Kris Hiney. She earned her...
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