Positive reinforcement isn’t just for dogs – it can also apply to training horses. Find out how to make your horse want to work for you.
Many argue that equitation science is too mechanical, artificial and formulaic to capture the relationship that humans have with horses
Equine psychologist Antonia Henderson examines equine emotions – what research has revealed, what we think we know, and what might be possible.
In this article equine psychologist, Antonia Henderson, PhD, shares the latest research on cribbing and other equine stereotypies.
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)?
In this article equine psychologist, Antonia Henderson, PhD, seeks to close the communication divide between horses and humans.
Equine psychologist, Antonia Henderson, PhD, describes what we know – and what we think we know – about horses’ emotions.
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.
Equine psychologist, Antonia J.Z. Henderson, Ph.D., explores whether and to what degree horses experience love and loss.
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