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Equine 23Sep 2013

Equine degree students present research to industry

Equine degree students present research to industry

The case study programme was successfully embedded into the BA (Hons) Equine Business Management and BSc (Hons) Equine Management (top-up) programmes, enabling students to have the opportunity to take part within a real life project.

Ryan Aspinall, Jess Davis and Hélène Sourdois were invited to present their findings to industry professionals, specific to both the UK and the global equine industry. These students were supported by Nicole Connor and Samantha Charlton who also contributed to the project but were not able to attend the presentation. The students proposed that utilising only one Passport Issuing Organization (PIO) would provide a centralised system with a standardised passport format. Current PIOs would move to issuing Registration Certificates which would allow for membership bodies to continue making a profit.

The Equine Sector Council had a meeting with Defra and the Minister, Lord De Mauley, Parliamentary Under-Secretary. This meeting featured a presentation from Jan Rogers (BEF) including a summary of the findings from the Hartpury students as to how to take the industry forward, the key theme in Jan Rogers’ presentation structured around the need for only one PIO and the creation of an information hub, as suggested by the students.

06 Dec 2016 Equine

Hartpury’s showjumping set to shine as stars prepare for spectacular

Big names from the British showjumping scene will be getting their eye in ahead of Olympia alongside some of Hartpury’s own riding talent at this year’s Showjumping Spectacular. 

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30 Nov 2016 Equine

Hartpury research takes centre stage at national conference

Hartpury University Centre's equestrian sport experts were able to share their knowledge at the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences Conference yesterday.

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29 Nov 2016 Equine

Saddle up for a sponsored ride with a difference on Margaret!

It’s a sponsored ride but not as you know it! Hartpury’s horse simulator, Margaret, will be riding through the night next week on a money-making mission for Spinal Research.

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02 Nov 2016 Equine

Isabel and Bryn saddle up for Badminton Horse Trials

A dramatic dash to Broadway Horse Trials in Worcestershire resulted in a last minute Badminton qualification for equine student Isabel Benbow and her Welsh Cob pony, Brynithon Scorpion. 

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