Why Are Horses Nervous When It’s Windy?

Behaviorist Dr. Sue McDonnell offers reasons horses might be spookier than normal in windy weather.
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Behaviorist Dr. Sue McDonnell offers reasons horses might be spookier than normal in windy weather.

This podcast is an excerpt from our Ask TheHorse Live Q&A, “Managing the Fearful and Anxious Horse.” Listen to the full recording here

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Sue M. McDonnell, PhD, is a certified applied animal behaviorist and the founding head of the equine behavior program at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine. She is also the author of numerous books and articles about horse behavior and management.

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