Sleep and Sleep Disorders in Horses, AAEP 2008

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Unlike humans, adult horses average only about three to five hours of sleep per day, with sleep events occurring intermittently throughout the day and night, with most occurring at night. Lack of sleep or a sleep disorder has the potential to impact a horse's physical activity, attitude, and quality of life.

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