Eqvalan Duo Competition – follow up

December 2011

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(NOTE: This is an archived press release.)

Christine Hills, First Class Honours degree student from Writtle College was recently shortlisted as one of the finalists in the Eqvalan Duo Thesis of the Year Award 2011, after being nominated by academics at Writtle College.

“Unfortunately I didn't win at the Eqvalan Duo Equine Thesis of the Year 2011, but what was really fantastic was being a finalist! I presented my dissertation 'Does grazing limb preference affect equine biomechanics and any developmental asymmetries?' to a professional audience held at Stoneleigh on 11 November 2011.

I have already had some interest in my dissertation from the event and hope to be able to present at some future events. “

Christine graduated in September 2011 from the BSc (Hons) Sports Therapy degree – and was one of the first of five students to graduate from this course which is now in its flourishing fourth year.

Pictured- Christine presenting her dissertation.