Body Language Cues to Understand Your Horse Emotions Better

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The horse is considered an animal of a noble spirit. As author Sharon Ralls Lemon puts it, the joy of being with horses brings us into contact with rare elements of grace, beauty, spirit, and freedom. Horses are intelligent creatures capable of expressing emotions. Apart from an occasional nicker, neigh, snort, and squeal, equines predominantly communicate through body language.  Understanding a horse’s emotions is not only necessary to build a strong bond with it but also to detect signs of physical and mental health issues to prevent lameness in horses….

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