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Have Domesticated Horses Learned To Read Humans?

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I recently read a fascinating research report which looked into whether or not domesticated horses have developed an innate predisposition to read human communicative and attentional cues. It is already well known that many captive wild animals are able to learn to read human behaviour through exposure to people during their lifetimes. However it has […]

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Destinée and Cisco

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My chesnut mare Destinée de Gamet has had a friend, a dear friend living with her day and night for 13 years. She used to do some light show jumping with my daughter Alexia and was stabled at the Real Club de Polo de Barcelona (Spain), the place where the 92 Olympic Games saw Nicole […]

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Typer, Rocco and Digby

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Once upon a time, many years ago, there lived a little girl who LOVED horses, but she was also terrified of them – they were SO big! She vowed that with her first pay cheque, she was going to get a horse of her very own. Well, that little girl was me, and I didn’t […]

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Blue Tongue Dressage

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Well, the big news of the last week and month has been the shocking video of a warm-up at a World Cup dressage qualifier, which has become known as the blue tongue dressage video. Be warned though, it does not make for easy viewing. When I first watched the video, I was immediately struck by […]

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