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The Best Horse Practices Summit, a Colorado 501 (c)(3) non-profit, has brought together an amazing collection of equine research scientists and evidence-based horseman to expand our understanding of effective and sound horsemanship.
Our mission is to improve the horse-human connection by providing eye-opening and inspiring academic and arena presentations in a beautiful settings.
Learn from our Academic Presentations
Hear powerful, multi-media presentations on forage-based nutrition, neuroscience, technical large animal emergency rescue, and biomechanics.
Dr. Gerd Heuschmann speaking on biomechanics.
And Arena Presentations
Learn how to watch for brain chemistry indicators in horse actions and reactions. Learn how relaxation, straightness, and lightness represent in the same horses, whether performing dressage or Western disciplines.
Warwick Schiller working with riders in the arena.
See what people are saying
The best equine conference or clinic I’ve ever attended.
The whole thing was amazing.
A great turnout, especially for the first year. All the presenters were top notch and it was really well organized. Usually the first year of an event is more of a learning experience…but the Best Horse Practices Summit was successful out of the gate.
High-quality presenters, it felt intimate, loved the fact that you got to mingle with the presenters, relaxed and fun atmosphere. Well researched information. I enjoyed the Summit more than some of the big scale expos.
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SAVE THE DATE!
October 17-18, 2020, in Lexington, Kentucky
Save the date and attend the 2020 BHP Summit October 17-18 in Lexington, Kentucky. Horse professionals, recreational riders, working cowboys, barn managers and riders of all disciplines gain knowledge to improve their practices and gain better results. You will leave with new insights and greater skills for work with your horses.