Unusual Eating Behaviors in Horses Explained

July 04, 2013

We don't expect our horses to eat things like dirt or manure, but sometimes they do.... Read More


Rehabbing the Bolter

July 03, 2013

Will forming a bond with my horse help keep him from bolting when riding in the arena and around the paddocks?... Read More


Not So Frightening Fireworks

June 26, 2013

Our senior horses never appear any worse for wear when the skies light up with color.... Read More


Study: Food Rewards Can Improve Horse Training

June 25, 2013

Researchers believe positive reinforcement with food rewards helps horses in training learn better.... Read More


Equine Guelph to Offer Advanced Equine Behavior Course

June 23, 2013

The course is designed to increase knowledge through evidence-based research as it relates to horse behavior.... Read More


Study: Post-Training Stress Detrimental to Equine Learning

June 20, 2013

To help horses retain what they learns during training, aim to keep them as stress-free as possible.... Read More


Spinning and Twirling Behavior

June 19, 2013

Could a horse who loves spinning things be autistic?... Read More


Researchers Develop Subjective Equine Personality Test

June 13, 2013

Researchers developed a new subjective personality test designed to help us better understand horse behavior.... Read More


Common Senior Horse Behavior Problems

June 12, 2013

What is the most common behavior problem or case you see in aging horses?... Read More


Researchers Find Link between Cribbing, Abdominal Pressure

June 10, 2013

Researchers discovered that cribbing causes increased intra-abdominal pressure.... Read More


Older Creature Comforts

June 06, 2013

I'm concerned about my senior horse's mental happiness. How can I keep him comfortable and happy?... Read More


Study Evaluates Horses' Desire to Work

June 04, 2013

Ever suspect your horse is naturally lazy? Researchers found that horses prefer not to work at all.... Read More


Could Aromatherapy Help Calm Stressed Horses?

May 30, 2013

Study results suggest that lavender aromatherapy can reduce horses' heart rates after a stressful experience.... Read More


2013 ISES Conference Early Bird Registration Extended

May 25, 2013

Early bird registration for the 2013 ISES conference has been extended until May 31. ... Read More


Study: Pasturing Stallions Together is Possible

May 23, 2013

Long-term study results show that under certain conditions, stallions can successfully be pastured together.... Read More


Understanding Mare and Foal Behavior (AAEP 2012)

May 22, 2013

A behaviorist describes mare and foal behavior and how to avoid perpetuating undesirable orphan foal behavior.... Read More


Of Horses and Health Problems

May 21, 2013

I'd like to learn more about your equine seniors and the health challenges they face.... Read More


Safe Horse Handling for Vet Visits

May 09, 2013

What's the best way to handle a horse so he remains calm and well-behaved during vet and farrier visits?... Read More


Can Horses Recognize People and Voices?

May 09, 2013

Study results suggest horses appear capable of matching voices to faces when it comes to humans they know.... Read More


Of Dogs and Horses

May 07, 2013

Horse people are usually dog people too. How do you keep both horses and dogs safe on your property?... Read More


Possibly Protective Broodmare

April 16, 2013

How do I deal with a mare that is so protective she will not let me near her or the foal?... Read More


Castrated and Confused

April 04, 2013

Is it normal to have a gelding burro, not just mount, but actually try to mate with a jenny? ... Read More


Prevalence of Horse Behavior Problems Under Saddle Evaluated

April 04, 2013

As many as 91% of leisure riding horses exhibit some sort of behavior problem regularly, one researcher says.... Read More


Stall Walking

March 28, 2013

I just bought a mare only to find out she is a stall walker. Is there a fix for stall walkers?... Read More


Study: Horses Not Stressed by Inexperienced Riders

March 26, 2013

New research indicates horses' stress levels do not appear to change from one rider to another.... Read More