The second part of this series on making sense of scientific research findings looks at bias, blinding, and the placebo effect.
Found 6 Results from Saddle Research Trust
A study examined high dressage marks awarded to horses with head positions behind the vertical, in direct conflict with FEI dressage rules.
While primary scientific research is the most accurate, reliable source of information, it can be tough for the average person to understand.
'Welfare and Performance of the Ridden Horse: The Future' was the focus of the conference which was presented to a worldwide audience.
The state-of-the-art motion capabilities cover all gaits including jumping, and can be used in hippotherapy and riding instruction.
Researchers from Hartpury University and Bishop Burton College in Great Britain collaborated to investigate the impact of a preferred foot.