Do horses understand pointing, or trust the person who is pointing knows? A new study investigates horse/human communication.
From outdated learning theories to unneeded gadgets to over-exuberant neck slapping, here are some things your horse would like you to stop.
Understanding about what humans consider to be unwanted behaviours that are actually natural behaviours for horses.
Facial expressions, body language and posture all have meanings; horse owners should learn to recognize them and what they might indicate.
To build a positive partnership and increase your horse’s trust in you, systematic desensitization is the way to go.
Being overwhelmed leaves you both unable to cope with a situation as emotions or instincts start running the show. Here's how to prevent that.
Turn your horse's enforced downtime into playtime and bonding sessions with these simple tips and activities.
If you think your older horse spends his day eating and sleeping more than his younger pasturemates, you might be mistaken.
This exclusive excerpt from Vivian Gabor's new book focuses on Week 1 with the mustang mares Zoe and Mona.
What works for humans should be good for horses too, right? Not necessarily, although CBD does seem to aid in stress reduction.
World-renowned animal behaviourist Temple Grandin and a team of researchers used a child's playset to investigate when and why horses spook.
Have you ever wanted to be truly and deeply connected with your horse? Here are a couple of great mindfulness exercises to try.
Josh Nichol explains how achieving that goal requires you to make a sincere effort to meet your horse's needs, not just fulfill your own.
Chloe Phillips-Harris, eventer and Mongol Derby veteran, started the Wild Horse Project to show people how to earn their confidence and trust.
Trainer Josh Nichol helps you understand the spectrum of pressure and what to do in specific moments when horses feel overwhelmed.