Report rounds up knowledge on horse behavior

Report rounds up knowledge on horse behavior

EQUINE stress, learning and training were major themes that attracted as many as 220 equine scientists, veterinarians and professional riders from several continents to Denmark for the recent 10th International Equitation Science Conference, which was organized by Aarhus University.

Among the research presentations at the conference, it was reported that fearfulness in foals can be reduced through a combinatio

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