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Webinar – Coping with your horse’s injury: guilt, grief and rehab by Emma Davies & Dr Gillian Tabor

Coping with your horse’s injury: guilt, grief and rehab by Emma Davies & Dr Gillian Tabor

This webinar will be tackling the psychology of dealing with injury. Emma and Gillian will be discussing feelings and emotions that a rider may experience when their horse becomes injured and during the recovery/rehabilitation process. We’ll look at the horse-human relationship, common reactions to equine injury for owners and riders, and how this may influence your decisions as an owner when it comes to rehab or management choices.


My injured horse by Dr Gillian Tabor (a blog)
Dr Gillian Tabor has kindly agreed to share with us her blog (follow the link below to read), a glimpse into the emotional and mental journey into dealing with a horse with an injury. CLICK HERE TO READ.


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Emma Davies

Emma Davies
Emma Davies is a Senior Lecturer in Rider Performance at Hartpury University. Emma’s teaching interests are horse and rider performance, and equine exercise physiology, and she is currently studying for her PhD looking at the psychological responses of horseracing stud and stable staff to workplace injury.

Emma’s research interests are focused on rider psychology, especially how equestrian athletes cope with injury, both personal injury, and injury of our horses.





20 Jan 2022


8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: 20 Jan 2022
  • Time: 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm