While primary scientific research is the most accurate, reliable source of information, it can be tough for the average person to understand.
What horses know about themselves and others is the centre of some interesting research involving mirrors and human gestures.
One of the funniest Facebook pages out there, this sounding board for horse show parents and trainers has amassed 45.8K members.
Start your Monday with a few giggles with this selection of our favourite critters being ridiculous (and getting revenge).
It's a sure sign of spring when the little ones are turned out with their moms, the wind gets up their bums and they're off to the races...
When weather keeps you inside, it can be the perfect time of year to establish a deeper connection with your horse.
Earning the mutual trust of a well-bred Trakehner mare with a difficult past proved to be a challenge for this determined couple.
This exclusive 'From The Horse's Point of View' excerpt looks at understanding the sounds horses make and what they signal.
Here are some simple training techniques to inspire more energy or instill patience to cultivate a willing partnership.
A look at what research has discovered regarding what horses know and remember about human faces, places, and interfaces.