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horse behavior

Thanks to recent equine neuroscience research, we’re gaining true understanding of the connection between equine brain function and effective training.these takeaways from a recent groundbreaking seminar debunk a few myths and can help us work better with our horse’s true nature. neuroscience meets training

In July 2019, three recognized equine professionals joined together to share and explore their perspectives of equine neuroscience and show in real time what is going on inside the horse’s brain to create a particular action or response. Over two days, the experts shared ideas with 80 attendees at the inaugural seminar at Happy Dog Ranch in Colorado.

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Horse Illustrated February 2020, Understanding the equine brain, 9 ways to reduce your horse's, Vet-day anxiety, And More....

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Two simple geometry exercises that increase your horse’s balance.
Travel tips for the 2020 Olympics and Paralympics, plus how to catch the action at home.
Navigate the latest trend in horse (and human) health and wellness.
Use smart strategies to help your horse ace his next veterinary appointment.
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Help your horse relax and feel better in between veterinary or equine chiropractic sessions—or if he has a veterinary emergency.