Cross Country Behaviour Survey


CLICK HERE to participate in the Survey


Could you spare the time to complete this Cross Country Behaviour Survey that will contribute to the PhD study by Jess Johnson, co-sponsored by An Eventful Life.

This study is part of a larger PhD project being run in collaboration with An Eventful Life and Nottingham Trent University to investigate the value of video footage within equestrian sport.

The first aim of this study is to identify which horse and rider behaviours may increase the risk of a jumping fault on a cross-country course. The second part of the study investigates how, and why, people film and watch their own riding.

You MUST be over 18 to complete the survey but it shouldn't take you any more than 25 minutes (and most people do it in about 10 minutes)

We know how many of you out there are mad keen eventers (you don't have to be horsey, but you may find it more interesting if you are!) with lots of knowledge, so we’d love you to contribute to the PhD study