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Brave Horses: Are they Born or Made?

Equine psychologist, Antonia Henderson, Ph.D., offers suggestions for comba...

By: Antonia J.Z. Henderson. Ph.D. |
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Bombproofing Your Horse Part 1

'Bombproofing' is a popular catch-phrase for what is essentially a systemat...

By: Karin Apfel |
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What is Horse-Human Heart Coupling?

Research indicates we may not be as in sync with our horses as we thought....

By: Antonia J.Z. Henderson |
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How to: Deal with a “Pushy” Horse

Horses that are pushy can be very frustrating and even dangerous to be arou...

By: Lindsey Forkun |
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How Can I Reduce My Horse’s Stress?

What to look for to determine if your horse is experiencing chronic stress ...

By: Antonia J.Z. Henderson |
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The Happy Athlete Part 1

Can you accurately identify equine psychological well being? In this first ...

By: Antonia J.Z. Henderson |
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Calming Products: The Kinder Alternative?

There are good reasons for trying to reduce equine stress levels. Learn whi...

By: Antonia Henderson, PhD |
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Introducing Predator to Prey

Dog trainer, Karin Apfel, describes how to create safe introductions betwee...

By: Karin Apfel |
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Stereotypies

The latest research on cribbing, weaving and other unpleasant habits....

By: Karin Apfel |
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Separation Strategies for the Herd-Bound Horse

Strategies to help herd-bound horses cope with separation....

By: Antonia J.Z. Henderson |