equine psychology

Study Reveals NYC Carriage Horses Don’t Appear To Find Work Stressful

The presence of carriage horses in New York City continues to make headlines periodically, as city officials, animal welfare activists, and celebrities add their voices to the debate. The argument dates back to 2007, when the first bill to ban the carriages was introduced with the support of several politicians and animal welfare groups, who […]

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Did Pharoah Know He Won The Classic? Behavior Expert Says It’s Doubtful

Although American Pharoah went out a winner, ending his career with a solid victory in the Breeders’ Cup Classic in October, one equine behavior expert suspects the colt didn’t necessarily “know” what he had done. Dr. Sue McDonnell, certified animal behaviorist and head of the equine behavior program at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of […]

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