A whorl of hair can tell you something about a horse's temperament, according to equine scientists.
Scientists have investigated whether horses respond to eye contact with the person who's trying to catch them.
Scientists have measured whether a horse suffers more from a rider posting or sitting at a trot.
A few simple changes to cross-country courses will reduce the risk of horses and riders becoming injured at competitions.
If your horse turns her nose up at carrots, try a banana, or better yet fenugreek.
Light levels make a difference with how comfortable horses are at entering a horse trailer.
Research has uncovered which training methods help a horse overcome its natural instinct to fear unusual things.
When learning to recognize something new, how high the object is affects how quickly horses learn.
For centuries, horse racing fans have speculated that certain colors of horses are more adept at winning races.
A scientist has answered the question of whether smog affects the performance of race horses.
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