Rescue operators share advice on small steps owners can take to keep their horses out of less-than-ideal situations.
An equine behaviorist offers advice for managing an orphaned filly who exhibits dangerous behaviors.
Parents need to be aware of equine ownership commitment and cost before granting a child’s wish.
One welfare group uses learning theory techniques to keep feral or neglected horses and their handlers safe.
Paying attention to horses’ psychological factors is key to ensuring success in work and mental well-being.
Research on escape and avoidance can help trainers improve techniques to benefit horse welfare.
During round pen training researchers got similar results from an inanimate object as from a human.
Research suggests a strong human attachment could lead to impairment of a horse’s problem-solving abilities.
Encouraging a horse to approach a scary object led to less stress when faced with the same situation later on.
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