Four Writtle University College (WUC) students showcased their work at the tenth Alltech-Hartpury Conference on June 30th 2021. The event highlighted undergraduate and postgraduate research within the Equine sector.
The online conference welcomed students, staff and industry members, including a range of expert speakers. WUC's Lorna Laurence, Orsolya Losonci and Megan Curtis presented posters on their latest findings. Stephanie Key delivered a well-received oral presentation on rider pelvic asymmetry.
Third year student, Lorna, said: "I am proud to be able to share the findings of my dissertation, which is a culmination of three years hard work studying for a degree in Equine Behavioural Science, at the Alltech-Hartpury Equine Student Conference. Disseminating the information attained from research is critical to progressing the implementation of best practices in the equine industry."
More more information on Writtle University College's Equine courses, visit writtle.ac.uk/equine