Upcoming Events

June 6-9, 2023
Hilton DFW Lakes Executive Conf. Center
Grapevine, TX (Dallas-Fort Worth Metro Area)
Hosted by Texas A&M University


ESS Networking and Informational Series

Mondays at 1:00 pm ET

Apr. 5: Symposium Warm-Up
Mar. 1: Oral Presentations
Feb. 1: Building Connections
Jan. 11: Writing Abstracts

Dec. 7: Exploring the Job Market
Nov. 2: The Post-Doc Experience
Oct. 5: Extension Programming
Sep. 14: Equine Genetics
Aug. 31: A Look Inside Publishing
Aug. 24: Horse Production & Management
Aug. 17: Careers in Industry
Aug. 10: Teaching in Equine Science
Aug. 3: Equine Nutrition
Jul. 27: Graduate Student Mixer

Click here to register for individual sessions or the full series.


Guidelines for Sharing Virtual Symposium Content

ESS is committed to supporting comradery among the equine science community and disseminating research-based information to the horse industry. As attendees summarize and share research presented at the recent ESS Virtual Symposium on websites, blogs, social media, and newsletters, we ask that these guidelines are followed:

  • Please do not use the ESS logo as this implies that ESS provided the summary.
  • Any figures, tables, images, and equations must have author permission for reproduction and screen capture images are strictly prohibited. ESS enforces a “no photos” policy during in-person meetings as well.  
  • Direct quotes of text from abstracts must be placed in quotation marks and attributed to the original publication.

These guidelines help ensure we respect publication boundaries, give appropriate credit to authors, and acknowledge ESS and the Journal of Equine Veterinary Science.

2021-2022 Renewal Notice

Your membership in ESS is now eligible for online renewal for the period of January 1, 2021 through December 31, 2022. Please note the membership fee structure has changed to a two-year cycle and has increased to reflect this and the costs of added benefits.

Renewal Notice Letter

Renew Online

Renew today to receive the benefits of ESS membership!


The Equine Science Society (ESS) promotes quality research on equine-related topics and strives to establish effective communication among researchers, teachers, extension personnel, and industry professionals regarding all aspects of equine science.

The society also holds biennial symposia and cooperates with other organizations who have similar or related interests.