Posts Tagged By: Research
This newly published research provides compelling evidence that laminitis developed significantly more often after horses and ponies gained weight rather than when they lost or maintained weight.
Results revealed from groundbreaking study into the impact of rider weight.
Last week (4 – 8 September) researchers have taken the first step towards tackling the issue of rider weight, investigating whether there are any short term measurable differences when horses are ridden by different sized riders.
World Horse Welfare calls for a more open debate on stabling horses following latest research findings
A new report from researchers at Nottingham Trent University has highlighted the potential negative welfare consequences of a commonly used stable design.
World Horse Welfare Chief Executive Roly Owers lends his support to the world’s most extensive study into the effect of arena surfaces on the orthopaedic health of sport horses (in the seven FEI disciplines and in racing).
As 7,000 horses in Britain are deemed at risk of needing rescue or new homes, we have launched a new initiative today to help horse owners understand the impacts, costs and risks associated with breeding.