Angelo Telatin voted Council member of the International Society for Equitation Science (ISES)


During the ISES  Annual General Meeting , in July 2013, the ISES members nominated Angelo Telatin as one of their 15 council members. This is a great recognition of his lifelong dedication to studying and improving equine training techniques.


Mr. Telatin will bring to the society his unique expertise in combining equine psychology of learning with practical horsemanship.

The International Society for Equitation Science is a not-for-profit organization that chiefly aims to facilitate research into the training of horses to enhance horse welfare and improve the horse-rider relationship.
Equitation science promotes an objective, evidence-based understanding of the welfare of horses during training and competition by applying valid, quantitative scientific methods that can identify what training techniques are ineffective or may result in equine suffering. Equitation science uses a multidisciplinary approach to explain horse training, for example from a learning theory perspective that removes anthropomorphism and emotiveness.