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TALK EQUINE

Talk Equine forum re equine behaviour & practice

Talk Equine is a platform created by The Horse Trust, in January 2021, to share the latest research and work from the equine science sector.

Talk Equine is a forum for discussion and communication, for open conversations into the latest developments in research, behaviour and practice. Here you can keep up to date with the latest scientific insights and learn more about equine clinical animal behaviour through online learning resources and live webinars hosted by a variety of field experts.
We will be adding new content every month so be sure to check in to see what’s new or following us on Facebook @TalkEquineHT which you can see at the bottom of this page.

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Equine Clinical Animal Behaviour Hub

Equine Clinical Animal Behaviour Hub

Click here for your go-to resource for people interested in a career as an equine behaviourist or who are already practicing as an equine behaviourist

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Equine Research Hub

Equine Research Hub

Find out all about the impact The Horse Trust is making in the equine research world, and get your hands on some fantastic resources.

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TalkEquine

Talk Equine Library

Members only Talk Equine area.

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Don't forget to book for tomorrow night's APBC webinar on low stress equine veterinary care, which is being delivered by The Horse Trust's Equine Behaviour Director, Gemma Pearson.

Gemma will present the results of her PhD thesis “Investigating the Stress Response of Horses undergoing Veterinary Care’. It will cover the aspects of veterinary care horses find stressful before going on to discuss evidence based management and handling of horses during veterinary care to minimise stress.Have you booked yet for our webinar tomorrow with The Horse Trust? www.apbc.org/event

Presenter Gemma Pearson combines her time between research and outreach on behalf of the The Horse Trust and seeing clinical equine behaviour cases where she is based at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies.

As the Veterinary Liaison Officer for the International Society for Equitation Science, Gemma is passionate about improving interactions between horses and people, specifically regarding the application of learning theory. In her spare time, she has competed up to advanced level endurance on a homebred horse as well as enjoying competing in affiliated dressage and eventing.
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Dont forget to book for tomorrow nights APBC webinar on low stress equine veterinary care, which is being delivered by The Horse Trusts Equine Behaviour Director, Gemma Pearson. 

Gemma will present the results of her PhD thesis “Investigating the Stress Response of Horses undergoing Veterinary Care’. It will cover the aspects of veterinary care horses find stressful before going on to discuss evidence based management and handling of horses during veterinary care to minimise stress.

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Katie Currie

Carolyn Bates Caroline Bullard Dan McRink Hattie Louise Telfer anyone interested?

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