The British Horse Society is holding a Scottish Safety Conference at Auchterarder Community Church Centre on Saturday 3 November.
Subjects will include rural road driving, low flying, dog attacks, organising safer equestrian events and body protector and riding hat standards.
BHS Scotland Safety Chairman, Kristine Hynd, said: “We are delighted to have speakers from the top of their field in each subject coming to our conference, so we are very keen for a good turn out. This is a key day for making Scottish horse riders safer.
“Busy roads, uncontrolled dogs and low flying aircraft are dangers we face each day, while safer event organisation and protective gear are good safeguards. The BHS can help with all these things – please come to our conference and find out how.”