Posted: 10th September 2020 | Back to news feed
University Centre Bishop Burton are putting the spotlight on welfare at their third Equine Performance Conference in July 2021.
Promoting the best welfare practices within equine management and training, the Equine Performance Conference will give you the chance to learn, discuss, and to be inspired! Hosted on Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 July 2021, the conference is packed with talks and practical demonstrations from industry experts, leading researchers and equine professionals.
Rebecca Brassington, University Centre Bishop Burton, said: “We are delighted to be joined by some outstanding speakers, including Lisa Ashton from EquiCoach, Dr Hannah Butler Coyne and Dr Sue Dyson. We’ll be covering a wide range of topics, from the psychological impact of rider falls to equitation science training.
“The Equine Performance Conference provides a great opportunity for equestrians at a range of levels to further their knowledge, network with experts and develop their skills and knowledge.”
Day tickets cost £130, but why not join us for the full weekend for an early bird price of £180.