Articles on Training Horses
- Horses Remember Training From Years Ago
- Equestrian Coaches Don’t Understand Training
- At Times Horses Simply Can’t Remember
- Horses Inspired More With Tasty Rewards
- The Natural Horsemanship Dichotomy
- Teaching Horses to Keep Calm
- Positive Reinforcement Has Its Rewards
- Height Matters to Horses
New research has demonstrated that horses possess exceptional abilities to retain what they’ve learned.
Researchers are unimpressed with what Australian equestrian coaches know about training horses.
New understanding of what horses can remember offers insights for training horses.
Research by equine scientists in Japan has found that horses can get picky about their rewards.
The philosophy behind natural horsemanship poses an incongruous tension between control and freedom, maintains a Senior Research Fellow at the University of Chester in Britain.
Theories abound on how best to help a horse overcome its natural instinct to fear unusual things. Research is now demonstrating which training methods produce the best results.
Does rewarding a horse during training make a difference? Scientists recently sought to answer that question by comparing how horses respond when trained with and without positive reinforcement.
When learning to recognize something new, how high an object is affects how quickly horses learn.