Isolated Yearlings Learn Better, Says French Study

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When a yearling is separated for a few days from other horses for practical reasons, it's a great opportunity to get in some good quality training with that youngster, according to a new study by French equine behavior researchers.

Yearling colts and fillies housed in individual stalls over a period of 11 days were easier to train to walk and back up on command than their coun

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