Calmer Survey 2021 – take the survey and be in with a chance to win a goody bag worth over £100


Calling all members and non-members please join us to answer this short survey about Equine Calmers. 

Horses can show challenging or difficult behaviours for a wide range of reasons, including genetic predisposition, previous unpleasant experiences or ongoing pain. This survey aims to investigate what people most commonly use calmers for, their effectiveness or the risk of side effects. 

There are only a maximum of 20 questions and this survey will take no more than 6 minutes to complete. This survey is anonymous although you will need to leave an email address if you wish to be entered into the prize draw for a chance to win one of three goody bags worth over £100 each.

If you have any questions about this survey please email:

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About Author

Dr David Marlin is a physiologist and biochemist who has worked in academia, research and professional sport. He has worked in the equestrian and veterinary world and in human sport, healthcare, medicine and exercise science. In 1989 David obtained his PhD from the UK’s leading sports university, Loughborough University following a four-year study on the responses of Thoroughbred racehorses to exercise and training, undertaken at the renowned Animal Health Trust in Newmarket. You can read David's full biography in the Our Website section.