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Horse Health & Well-Being

Learn to Recognise the Early Signs of Laminitis

There is a lot still to learn about laminitis but, for the horse, extreme pain is the eventual result.  The changes to the hoof capsule...

Horse Training

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Horse People & Culture

Earliest Horse Domestication Clues Point to the Caspian Steppe

New archeogenetic studies show clear evidence that horse domestication - and the drinking of horse milk - likely began in the Pontic-Caspian steppe, and...

Give up Your Goals

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Equitation Science Conference: Free Registration Announced

Thanks to the generosity of sponsors, the 2021 Equitation Science Conference is now offering free (yes FREE!) conference registration for all. This means that you will be able...

Equitation Science

Equitation Science Conference: Free Registration Announced

Thanks to the generosity of sponsors, the 2021 Equitation Science Conference is now offering free (yes FREE!) conference registration for all. This means that you will be able...

The Shoulder-in: More Than Dressage Gymnastics

Recent scientific findings support what many students of Classical dressage principles have known all along: The shoulder-in exercise is not only good for the...

The Science on Choosing and Training a Show Jumper

If you want your jumping horse to be a successful and “happy athlete,” choose - and train - that horse wisely. But what is...

Welfare Education Displays Work Say Researchers

Sharing science-based knowledge about animal behaviour and animal welfare with the general public isn’t always easy—especially since social media often spreads misleading information. But...

Researchers Recommend Helmets On and Off the Saddle

Head injuries and broken ribs are common injuries in equestrian sports, but they don’t have to be par for the course. According to a...

Human Mindset

Give up Your Goals

If there's one thing we learned in the first half of 2021 it is that things won't go back to normal as quickly as...

Horse Welfare

Open the Gates to Good Horse Welfare

When we picture scenes of animal cruelty, we generally imagine thin, malnourished horses in haphazard paddocks filled with abandoned cars, barbed wire fencing and...
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