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Banish Imbalances in the Mouth

Learn how a balanced mouth can help improve your horse’s quality of life as well as boost his performance under saddle.

Dr. Emily Weiss applying learning theory with Otterridge Up in Lights | ? Charles Mann/Practical Horseman

Learning Theory Training Tools for Positive Horse Behavior

Develop better communication?and have more fun?with your horse by applying learning theory.

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Mare Play Behavior

An animal behaviorist answers a reader's question on why mares don't play as much as other horses.

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Horse Rehabilitation Tips

Experts and riders share their best treatments to get a horse back to work in this excerpt of Chapter 5 from the book Back to Work.

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Horsenality: It Makes Your Horse Unique

Can you decode your horse's personality to discover what makes him tick? A Q&A with educator and clinician Linda Parelli.

This mare is always very enthusiastic about her work, and because of her eagerness to please, she can become quite hot. | Photo by Alois M?ller

Horse Personality Types: The Overachiever and Sensitive Horse

Learn to match your training techniques to your individual horse's personality and character in this book excerpt from Dressage Training - Customized.

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Sleep Patterns in Horses

If your horse dozes off between classes at a horse show, does that mean he's exhausted? Probably not. By Elaine Pascoe for Practical Horseman magazine.

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How Horses Sleep: Power Naps

Studies of herds of wild and semi-wild horses show that horses take "power naps" and use the buddy system to get the rest they need while keeping safe from predators.

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How Horses Sleep

What does your horse need to sleep well? Maybe not what you think, say equine-behavior experts.