Curiosity and enjoyment in the field of scientific research is a precursor to a well-founded and up-to-date knowledge base. New ideas for various problems from practice - from monitoring high risk pregnancies and assisted reproductive medicine to stallion fertility diagnostics - arise from advances in and cooperation with human medicine.

Clinical studies within the framework of doctoral theses, in cooperation with the University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover, (Stiftung Tierärztliche Hochschule Hannover) lead to vital medical progress for equine practice.

The aim of ReproTraining's independent work is to gain more freedom for clinical research projects and to assist in the transfer of relevant information into practice through publication in clinical journals.

Our aim is to share the latest studies and developments in international equine reproductive medicine at practically-oriented training events and international conferences.