Longeing in Neck Hyperflexion Might Not Cause Horses Stress

The hyperflexion position of a horse's neck (commonly called rollkur) might be causing more stress to the humans arguing about it than to the horses actually performing it--at least while being longed, according to one Austrian equitation scientist.

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