Finalists named in 2018 BETA Equine Thesis of the Year competition

The first round of judging is now complete and the finalists for the 2018 British Equestrian Trade Association Equine Thesis of the Year Award have been announced. The competition, a celebration of excellence in academic undergraduate study, received a record 12 entries from universities and colleges offering equine-related degree courses across the UK and Ireland.

Each one took up the challenge to submit one student thesis, with the following student made it through to the finals:

Writtle University College – Caitlyn Cuthbert. Thesis:The Effect of Isolation on Equine Behaviour, Heart Rate and Heart Variability While Exercised on a Horse Walker.

Each student will present their thesis to a panel of expert judges during a special reception at the De Vere Staverton Estate Hotel, near Daventry, Northamptonshire, on Sunday 28th October. This is open to the public and members of the academic community. During the event, the winner and runner-up will be announced and awarded a trophy and cash prize.

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