Inga Wolframm holds an MSc in Human and Equine Sports Science and a PhD on psychological traits and states in equestrian riders from the University of Essex. Her research has featured in peer-reviewed journals and at international conferences. An accredited sport psychologist, she works regularly with riders ranging from those at grassroots up to international level. She is a senior lecturer in equestrian sport psychology at the University of Applied Sciences Van Hall Larenstein in the Netherlands, as well as at the University of Edinburgh (via an e-learning course). Her academic text book The Science of Equestrian Sports: Theory, Practice and Performance of the Equestrian Rider was published in 2013 by Routledge. She has written articles for numerous publications including Horse Sport International, Horse & Hound, The Horse, Horse and Rider, Le Cheval, Cavallo and is a regular contributor to the Chris Stafford Radio podcast, a very popular show with more than 300,000 listeners.