horse behavior

A new study suggests that this non-nutritive licking and chewing behaviour Read more

Equine Wellness

“The Horse Behaviour and Safety Course is a must for both experienced and non-experienced horse lovers, owners, and riders.”  - Donna Elkow-Nash, Horse Owner (AEF) Read more

In The News

Nose Bump with Mary Ann Simonds

Holistic Horse

Mary Ann Simonds shows you in this short video how to teach your horse to take a treat and not bite or get mouthy. Read more

Equine Wellness



Finding a connection to help you communicate with your horse... Read more

In the Field 2 Comments

Telatin describes communication between man and beast -- in languages both primal and academic -- as Conscious Horsemanship, Read more

For most horses, using restrictive devices on their faces is insulting and really not necessary for effective communication. Searching for control, obedience, and connection? Read more

Equine Wellness

Horses are sensitive, feeling-oriented prey animals. Their survival depends on their ability to sense any in congruence in their environment. Herd safety requires continual communication among herd members. Read more

Equine Wellness

  • Angry about Girth


    Angry about Girth

    Horse uncomfortable with girthing.

  • Behavior



    Horse acting up in the schooling ring

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