Equine Thesis of the Year

The Equine Thesis of the Year competition, developed by Graham Suggett and Pat Harris in the late 1990s, until 2012. It was hosted and administered by the Royal Agricultural Society of England (RASE) as a means of recognising the good work done by equestrian undergraduates.

BETA relaunched the competition in 2016 after a three-year break, and are very much looking forward to the fifth year. All of the 2020 finalists will be asked to present their work to the judges via remote conferencing this year due to the pandemic, in October.

Search under way for winner of the 2021 BETA Equine Thesis of the Year Award >>>


To find out more about The Equine Thesis of the Year competition 2020, click here >>>


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