Jenni has been published in various peer-reviewed journals and conference proceedings.

Her complete bibliography is as follows:

Edwards, T., Douglas, J. (2015) Functional movement screen scores in female horse-riders. 11th International Conference, International Society for Equitation Science, Vancouver, Canada

Rebbeng, I., Douglas, J. (2015) Practise of supplementary fitness training in horse-riders. 11th Interantional Conference, International Society for Equitation Science, Vancouver, Canad

Dumbell, L., Peszynska, F., Douglas, J., Lewis, V. (2015) The effect of stirrup length on the light seat position of horse riders. 11th International Conference, International Society for Equitation Science, Vancouver, Canad.

Dumbell, L., Motyl, I.,  Douglas, J., Lewis, V.,  Murphy, D. (2015)  A preliminary comparison of rider position between a horse simulator and a live horse.. 11th International Conference, International Society for Equitation Science, Vancouver, Canada.

Douglas, J (2015) Handedness of horse-riders affects rein tension. 11th International Conference, International Society for Equitation Science, Vancouver, Canada.

Ronan, E., Douglas, J. (2015) Videographic feedback affects positional kinematics in sitting trot. 11th International Conference, International Society for Equitation Science, Vancouver, Canada.

Moore, G., Nankervis, K., Dumbell, L and Douglas, J. (2014) A comparison of piaffe in competition with the FEI definition of the movement. International Conference on Equine Exercise Physiology, Chester, UK.

Douglas, J-L, Price, M and Peters, D.M. (2012) A systematic review of physiological fitness and biomechanical performance in equestrian athletes. Comparative Exercise Physiology. 8 (3) 53-62.

Kuhnke, S., König von Borstel ,U., Dumbell, L., Gauly ,M., Johnson, J-L., McDonald, K. (2010) A comparison of rein tension of the rider’s dominant and non-dominant hand and the influence of the horse’s laterality. Comparative Exercise Physiology. 7 (2): 57-63

de Haan, D and Johnson, J-L. (2010) The Influential Games: How the Barcelona Olympics changed the sport of Eventing. Sport Science Review. 133-154

Dumbell, L., Johnson, J-L., de Haan, D. (2010) Demographic Profiling of elite dressage riders. International Journal of Sport and Society.1 (3) 15-24

Johnson, J.L., and Moore-Colyer, M. (2009) The relationship between range of motion of lumbosacral flexion-extension and canter velocity of horses on a treadmill. Equine Veterinary Journal. 41 (1) 301-303

Rowe, L., Douglas J-L, (2013) Demographic Profiling of Great Britain’s Olympic Equestrians. Alltech-Hartpury Conference, Gloucester, UK.

Douglas, J-L, Price, M and Peters, D.M. (2012) Anthropometric and fitness characteristics of female Novice, Intermediate and Advanced level Event riders. World Congress of Performance Analysis in Sport IX, Worcester, UK.

Douglas, J-L, and Dumbell, L. (2012) Effect of canter velocity on hind-limb pro- and retraction kinematics. Winning Ways, International Conference of Equine Exercise Physiology Pre-Olympic Symposium, Leeds, UK. (Won best poster)

Johnson, J-L, Price, M and Peters, D.M. (2011) The physiological demands of the three phases of competitive One-Day Eventing in Novice female Event riders. The European Congress of Sports Sciences, Liverpool, UK.

Johnson, J-L, Price, M and Peters, D.M. (2011) Maximal aerobic power and lactate threshold in Novice female Event riders is affected by additional un-mounted training. The European Congress of Sports Sciences, Liverpool, UK.

Johnson, J-L. and Grey, C. (2009) The effects of a six week un-mounted conditioning programme on mounted performance in equestrian athletes. The British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences Conference, Leeds, UK.

Johnson, J.L., Moore-Colyer, M. Nankervis (2008) The relationship between lumbosacral flexion-extension range of motion of the lumbosacral junction and canter speed of horses on a treadmill. The 6th International Conference of Equine Locomotion, Cabourg, France.

McCarthy, R., and Johnson, J-L. (2008) Relationship between riders aerobic fitness and heart rate during a show jumping course. The 4th International Conference of Equitation Science, Dublin.

Leisk, V. And Johnson, J-L. (2008) Balance performance in show jump versus dressage riders. The 4th International Conference of Equitation Science, Dublin

Johnson, J.L. and Nankervis, K. (2007) The repeatability of equine spinal kinematics overground versus treadmill locomotion in trot. Abstract and Poster Myerscough Scientific Symposium, UK. (Won best poster)

Johnson, J-L., and Cuomo, D. (2009) What makes an elite event rider? British Eventing Magazine. July/August 2009 issue.

Johnson, J.L. (2007) How to get the most from your equine degree. National Equine Student Magazine.