Food for Thought

Essential Insights for Understanding Equine Behaviour

“I figure that no matter how well trained a horse already is and no matter what we are doing with him, we are always training – whether adding new behaviors, modifying an existing behavior or reinforcing an already-established behavior. It doesn’t matter if you are feeding a horse, if you are riding at a lope across a pasture, or if your farrier is shoeing your horse; the horse is learning and is being trained, whether or not you think of it as a formal training session.”

The essential handbook for understanding why horses do what they do.
Cherry Hill / How to Think Like a Horse