Why do horses behave the way they do? We present the latest research on equine behavior and share advice from the world’s leading horse trainers and equine behaviorists.

New hope for headshakers
Sarah brought her new horse home in December. Westley, an 8-year-old Thoroughbred cross, showed real...
angry horse
Do hormones cause mares to misbehave?
A new study from the University of California, Davis, challenges the common assumption that misbehavior...
A foal, standing calmly and looking into the distance
Study finds no downside to early castration
New research from Europe suggests that castration can be performed on colts without adverse effects far...
4 common horse training challenges
Properly navigating challenges that arise when working with your horse can produce growth in your relationship....

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