Having completed her PhD in Equine Biomechanics in 2017, Lindsay is now asking further questions about the ways in which we understand neuromuscular function within equine locomotion. As recognition of her drive to advance the health of animals, Lindsay has recently been awarded a 2021 Fellowship Training Grant from the Morris Animal Foundation. The latest study will quantify the role of neuromuscular control in the etiology and manifestations of equine lameness. However, as with any work, progress cannot be made independently. Lindsay is fortunate to have strong mentorship from Dr. Sarah Hobbs (University of Central Lancashire), Dr. Serge Roy (Delsys Inc./Altec) and Dr. Filipe Serra Braganca (Utrecht University) in combination with the unwavering guidance and support of Dr. Tijn Spoormakers (Utrecht University), Prof. Jim Richards (University of Central Lancashire) and Prof. Hilary Clayton (Michigan State University).