EQUITATION SCIENCE

Don’t box me in!

Don’t box me in!

box stalls and welfare A gilded cage is still a cage. For horses, “gilded cages” come in the form of luxurious box stalls, clean and maintained, with modern sliding doors, windows to the outside, padded mats, wide aisles between the rows of stalls, and riding...

Is your horse normal? Now there’s an app for that

Is your horse normal? Now there’s an app for that

Since ancient times, horse behaviour, and the bond between horses and humans, has been a source of intrigue and fascination. The horse-lore that has accumulated over the centuries is a rich mix of both useful practice (approaching horses from their left side, making...

Boost your Dressage Scores Part 1: The Equitation Science Training Scale

Boost your Dressage Scores Part 1: The Equitation Science Training Scale

The Equitation Science Training Scale. "If dressage is the highest expression of horse training, dressage judging should be a transparent and systematic system for de-constructing that training". Horses and People Editor, Cristina Wilkins, speaks with Andrew McLean...

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