We’re always looking to share our knowledge and research. Find upcoming events and conferences we’re speaking at here.

The next International Conference on Canine and Equine Locomotion will be held from September 3rd to 5th 2020 in Zurich Switzerland.


Amsterdam, Netherlands

The VISTA Conference, hosted by the Amsterdam Institute of Sport Science, is designed to provide a platform for sport scientists and researchers to meet with experts in the field of sport for athletes with impairments to discuss, exchange, and gain advanced knowledge in this area. Details can be found at the web link provided.

Horse & Rider in Motion

Järvenpää, Finland

The aim of the workshop is to help get the scientific research integrated into horse training and this information out to the public so that people can better understand what good horse training is and what will create a healthy durable happy athlete. The event is suitable for all horse people from the hobby rider to the professionals in the field. Details are available at the web link provided.

Myerscough Research Conference 2018

Myerscough College, Lancs, UK

Details can be found at the weblink provided.


Lorne, Australia

Topics at ICEEP 10 include applied physiology; biochemistry of exercise; cardiovascular and respiratory physiology; nutrition; muscle physiology; biomechanics and locomotion; physiotherapy and equitation science. Further details are available at the weblink provided.

International Hoof Care Summit

Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

Hundreds of farriers and equine veterinarians from around the world gathered in Cincinnati, discuss hoof-care research, practices and innovations. Highlights are available at the web link provided.


RVC, London, UK

International Conference on Equine and Canine Locomotion. Highlights are available at the website link provided.

Improving Sport Horse Performance: Bridging the Gap Between Science and Practice

Myerscough College, UK

The University of Central Lancashire proudly invites you to join us at Myerscough College for a day of demonstrations from leading equine researchers.