This article explores whether horses experience the feeling of jealousy towards a rival who may threaten the bond they share with their human owner.
Equine psychologist, Antonia J.Z. Henderson, Ph.D., dispels myths about herd dynamics and offers advice to encourage horses to get along.
Equine psychologist, Antonia J.Z. Henderson, Ph.D., explores whether and to what degree horses experience love and loss.
Rather than labeling a horse as stubborn, equine psychologist Antonia J.Z. Henderson, says people should look for the root cause of a refusal to comply.
Brave horses are most definitely made, not born. Falling squarely on the “flight” end of the fight-flight spectrum, horses are born not to be brave!
In this article equine psychologist, Antonia Henderson, PhD, seeks to close the communication divide between horses and humans.
How often have we heard about a horse, or horses, who “went sour,” (i.e. the horse’s true bad nature did not reveal itself until later)?
Horses that are pushy can be very frustrating and even dangerous to be around.
In this article equine psychologist, Antonia Henderson, PhD, shares the latest research on cribbing and other equine stereotypies.
If you are having trouble bridling your horse, first check for any physical issues that might be the source of the problem, then check your bridling skills.