Conference – Alltech-Hartpury Equine Student
This annual conference is aimed at Higher Education students, providing an opportunity to experience writing and submitting an abstract, going through the review and revisions process, through to delivering a theatre presentation to a full conference audience or producing a scientific poster to present.
This year the conference will be hosted in a hybrid format. We are excited to therefore be able to invite delegates back to attend in person at the beautiful Hartpury University Campus, Gloucestershire, UK, as well as encouraging submissions from further afield both within and outside of the UK as part of the online provision.
Conferences can be both an exciting but also a daunting experience regardless of whether you are attending as a viewing delegate, or presenting your work to a wider audience. The Alltech-Hartpury Student Conference allows students to present primarily to other students. Student and staff delegates representing colleges and universities from the UK, present oral and poster presentations covering a vast range of topics. In addition we are lucky to be able to host a range of keynote speakers from both a scientific and industry background to offer their experience, and guidance.
The Alltech-Hartpury Conference especially encourages submissions in the following areas:
- Equine behaviour and welfare
- Equine business management
- Breeding, genetics and stud management
- Equine health and therapy
- Equine nutrition and feeding
- Rider performance
- Equine performance
However, all topics of interest to equestrian science and industry will be considered.
Prizes provided by Alltech, our long-standing sponsor, are awarded for the best oral and poster presentations. Abstracts are welcomed from students on any higher education programme, as long as their research relates to the above criteria.
Detailed abstract guidelines, key dates and submission information are available within the document downloads on this site.
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