Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

Jaymie Loy

 Jaymie Loy

BEquineSc, BSc (Hons I), GCL&THE

Jaymie Loy completed a Bachelor of Equine Science and a Bachler of Science (Honours) at Charles Sturt University in Wagga. After graduation, Jaymie worked as an equine veterinary technician at the CSU Veterinary Clinical Centre and started teaching in 2013. Jaymie completed her Graduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education in 2019 and is working within the School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences teaching equine reproduction and advanced breeding technologies.

Jaymie’s main interests and current research focus is in artificial breeding technologies and encouraging safer use of reproductive hormones in the breeding industry. She commenced her PhD in 2019, investigating safe and effective altrenogest use in mares.

Jaymie is the Chair of the School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences Student-Staff Liaison Committee.

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Jaymie’s main research interests are in the field of equine reproduction. Currently her research involves investigating safe and effective use of reproductive hormones in horses and improving breeding outcomes for both mares and stallions.

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Presentations

Oral and poster presentation

  • Loy J, Randle H (2018). Effect of a weighted riding aid on rider weight distribution. International Society of Equitation Science Conference, Rome, Italy.
  • Loy J, Ip H and Thompson R (2017). The Australian equine industry. International Society of Equitation Science Conference Proceedings, Wagga Wagga, NSW.

  • Du Preez S, and Loy J (2017). Saving Lives – The difference one horse can make. International Society of Equitation Science Conference, Wagga Wagga, NSW.

  • McGrath B, Scott C, Wynn P, Loy J and Norman S (2014). Kisspeptin in the mare. Is this the face of future breeding management programs? The Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Sciences Conference, Surfers Paradise, QLD.
  • Collop T, Boulton J, Perumamthadathil C, Ip H, Loy J, and Norman S (2011). Mycobacterium intracellulare isolation from equine fetal membranes. Society for Theriogenology Conference, Milwaukee, WU, USA.

  • Collop T, Hand E, Loy J & Norman S (2010) Effect of osmolality dilution on motility of frozen thawed equine spermatozoa. Society for Theriogenology Conference, Seattle, WA, USA.
  • Collop T, Boulton J, Perumamthadathil C, Ip H, Loy J, and Norman S (2011). Mycobacterium intracellulare isolation from equine fetal membranes (Poster). Society for Theriogenology Conference, Milwaukee, WU, USA.

Invited talks

Clinical Canine Reproduction 4 (2016). Canine semen collection, processing for chilled shipment, freezing and thawing for artificial insemination. Australian Reproduction Veterinarians (AVA) Webinar

Academic demonstrations

Practical Demonstration (2017) A day in the life of a teaching horse in veterinary education. International Society of Equitation Science Conference, Wagga Wagga, NSW.

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