Understanding equine body language is critical to successful horse-human interactions. Find out what it all means.
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When best friends fall apart at the slightest separation, it's time to retrain the equine soul mates for independent living.
In this edition of EquiSearch.com's Ask the Vet, Dr. Joyce Harman suggests cutting out sweet feed and checking for pain to help a grumpy horse improve his attitude.
In about an hour, you can help your horse become more comfortable with routine veterinary procedures with this free download. | MORE
An excerpt about how horses learn and what motivates them from Sandy Collier's new book, Reining Essentials: How to Excel in Western's Hottest Sport.
The answer may surprise you, according to a veterinarian who has investigated how physical or mental discomfort can leave a horse sleep deprived and too tired to stay on his feet.
Is your horse afraid of fireworks? Dr. Joyce Harman shares a few simple tactics to help him in her Ask the Vet column on EquiSearch.com. | MORE
Use this body language chart to understand your horse's mood through his physical clues.
When a reader's mare becomes increasingly aggressive, Dr. Joyce Harman offers possible explanations, most of which relate to pain, in EquiSearch.com's Ask the Vet.
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