EventsJanet speaks about brain-based horsemanship at conferences and expositions all over the world. She has presented her work in person or online in South Korea, Japan, the United Kingdom, Germany, Switzerland, Poland, Canada, and the United States. She also offers occasional clinics at privately hosted sites, presents online workshops, and consults on equine behavior with people who wish to improve their horse-and-human teams. Please contact Janet through this website or via email (email@example.com) for more information. Recorded versions of some past events can be found through the "Interviews" and "Links" pages of this website. Recent and upcoming events include:
Colorado State University Veterinary School in Fort Collins, Colorado - February 21-25, 2022
This event is a co-taught Applied Large Animal Behavior course for all veterinary students at CSU.
“Myths of Equine Vision”
“Equine Sensitivity to Touch”
Applied laboratory in basic horse skills and equine sensory systems
American Driving Society online presentation - February 23, 2022
"On Shying while Driving"
Four Corners Back Country Horsemen in Durango, Colorado, May 19, 2022
"Linking Horse Brains and Human Brains"
Rozmawiajac z Koniem "Conversation with the Horse" in Sciegny, Poland, August 26-28, 2022
This annual three-day event is sponsored by Fundacja Rozwoju Jezdziectwa or "The Horsemanship Development Foundation" of Poland. It will be held at the equine theme park "Western City" in the mountains of southwestern Poland. Please join us for demos, presentations, entertainment, and full translation from English to Polish. Headlined by Richard Winters in 2021, this year Janet Jones has been invited to take the reins with talks and demonstrations on all three days.
"Introduction to Brain-Based Horsemanship"
"Training by Reward"
"You've Seen That a Million Times"
"Bonding with Brain-Based Horsemanship"
Demos including poles, forward/reverse bending, embroidery, trail gates, reining
Hippolis Symposium in Finland, September 16-18, 2022
Hippolis, The National Equine Competence Association of Finland, and the Equestrian Federation of Finland have jointly invited me to present the keynote speech at this year's symposium. This is a hybrid event held in Helsinki, Finland, and offered to participants in person and via online technology. The topic of my talk is "Equine Planning and Forethought: Yes or No?"
Brain-Based Horsemanship Clinic in Switzerland, October 8 - 9, 2022
Markus and Andrea Eschbach-Kindler have graciously offered their beautiful farm in Koblenz, Switzerland, (near Zurich) for this two-day clinic. Presentation topics include building trust, understanding shying, assessing equine forethought, and training by reward. All topics and discussions include simultaneous translation from English to German. Book signings and informal chats all weekend, plus lessons if you wish to bring your horse. We are reserving spaces for participants at this time--first come, first served. If you'd like more information, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. To reserve a spot, contact the Eschbach Horsemanship Farm email@example.com. Please join us!
Colorado State University Veterinary School in Fort Collins, Colorado - October 17-21, 2022
A co-taught Applied Large Animal Behavior course for all veterinary students at CSU.
"Myths of Equine Vision"
"Equine Sensitivity to Touch"
"Integrating Sensory Systems and Prey Brains to Calm Anxious Horses"
The Happy Bookers - discussion with Colorado book club's selection of the month: Horse Brain, Human Brain - November 9, 2022
Dressage Radio Show - interview with host Philip Parkes - November 10, 2022
Back Country Horsemen of Washington: Peninsula Chapter - November 16, 2022
"Shying: 'You've Seen That a Million Times'"