The basics of equine behavior published 7 22 2004 carey a williams phd extension specialist in equine management ten natural survival traits the horse a prey animal depends on flight as its primary means of survival its natural predators are large animals such as cougars wolves or bears so its ability to outrun these predators is . Other signals like snapping may be less familiar to the average horse owner snapping is the behavior in which the immature horse opens and closes its mouth in a frightening circumstance explains dr katherine houpt director of the animal behavior clinic at cornell university college of veterinary medicine. Your horses behavior explained by expert clinicians trainers and behaviorists understanding horse behavior is an essential tool to anyone owning or caring for a horse where to ride guide training tips all around ground work horsemanship pattern perfect private lesson. Explain key aspects of horse behaviour and the impact of various equine management practices on their health and welfare recognize the perception capabilities of the horse outline and monitor a prevention program for horses based on the perception capabilities of horses and the management factors that impact horse perception
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