Scientist | Lecturer
‘Equine CSI’ and ‘The Bone Lady‘ are familiar names of Australian scientist Sharon May-Davis. She owes these nicknames to her research into the anatomy of the horse. Using her extensive knowledge of the horse’s anatomy and athletic ability, she has developed a number of specific techniques and is conducting research into the causes of death in horses. As a result of her research and treatment methods, the horses she has treated have improved their performance and athletic capacity. Several broken records endorse her success.
“The horse is our textbook and we are the students”
Sharon May-Davis is a legend in the field of anatomy, biomechanics and dissections. She is one of the world’s most influential scientists in the field of biomechanics and the muscolo-skeleton of horses. She has over 35 years of experience in the field of (sport) horses and has coached top riders in Eventing, Dressage, Endurance, Showjumping, Reining and Vaulting, plus representative horses in four disciplines. For the past fifteen years she has taught at various training programs and is a frequent guest speaker at the international level. She is currently pursuing her Phd to pursue a PhD as a professor.