Progressing Horses for Longevity is the topic that gold medal winning Olympic dressage rider Laura Tomlinson will be talking about in her virtual presentation that will be shown on the Sunday of the conference. Laura will share the important fundamentals of producing young horses so that they are happy, healthy athletes. She will also reveal the programme she follows to train her own young horses with long-term soundness in mind.
Laura is a well-known international dressage rider who was part of the gold medal-winning team at the London 2012 Olympics and also took home an individual bronze medal with her Danish Warmblood Mistral HØjris (Alf)
Laura has also competed at the World Equestrian Games, the European Championships, the Bejing Olympics and a number of other high profile shows throughout her career.
From her base in Gloucestershire, Laura has a number of exciting young homebred horses that are progressing through the dressage levels.
“I am so pleased to be contributing to the Horses Inside Out Conference. Progressing young horses for longevity as well as performance is a subject I am really passionate about. I am really excited to be sharing how I try to achieve this with my own horses. I feel all riders can benefit from learning about their anatomy, growth and development,” says Laura.
The Horses Inside Out Conference 2024 takes place at Holywell Conference Centre, Loughborough University on 17th and 18th February 2024.The focus for the two days is Growth and development: A Journey of a Lifetime. There is a fabulous line-up of presentations from leading equine experts over the two days, plus there is a unique equine anatomy exhibition where you can discover just how the horse works, and much more.
For more information about the conference, visit www.horsesinsideout.com/c24