How does horse care and management differ around the world?

The University of Sydney and the International Society for Equitation Science (ISES) have launched a survey to identify the similarities in practice by horse owners globally.

The online survey, which takes 20 minutes to complete, covers housing, feeding, behaviour, equipment and the information sources owners use to learn about caring for their horses.

“The global horse industry is hugely varied,” said PhD research student, Georgie Caspar, “we’re really interested to identify differences and similarities in horse care across countries.”

The results will be published at the end of the year.

To take part visit: www.equitationscience.com/announcements/equine-management-survey.