Does your horse ever do silly, odd, or downright dangerous things? Now is your chance to find out if he’s normal. During this hour-long event, you’ll learn about equine behavior and get your questions answered by a leading behaviorist.
About the Experts
Sue M. McDonnell, PhD, is a certified applied animal behaviorist and the founding head of the equine behavior program at the University of Pennsylvania's School of Veterinary Medicine. She is also the author of numerous books and articles about horse behavior and management.
- 'Learning Theory' to Improve Veterinarian Safety
- Incessant Licking
- Encourage Horses to Pass Scary Objects, Scientists Recommend
- Study: Trainers Consistently Evaluate Ridden Horse Behavior
- Study: Horse Owners Best Predictors of Equine Motivation
- Study Evaluates Rein Tension and Horses' Rideability
- Researchers Evaluate Horses as Model of Human Depression
- Audiences' Effects on Horse and Rider Stress Levels
- Study: Match Personalities for Strong Horse, Woman Bond
- Study: Horses More Relaxed Around Nervous Humans