Exploring the Intelligence and Emotional Well-being of a Horse

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Exploring the Intelligence and Emotional Well-being of a Horse

We all have a soft spot in our hearts for horses, isn’t it the reason why you’re here? Horses are known for their intelligence, and we’re sure most of our readers have considered this before. The intellect of horses may be fascinating to contemplate, whether you have your own or follow equestrian competitions on the TV.

Even though there isn’t a scientific scale by which to measure a horse’s intelligence, we may make some educated guesses based on what we do know, such as how much of a horse’s ability to perform at a high level comes from instincts developed via training, and how much is due to the horse’s own decision-making?

Even among horses, there are those that are smarter than others. When competing in equestrian or horse racing, the best horses are likely to be the cleverest. You should consider placing a wager on one of the cleverest horses you’ve seen recently in the world of horse racing and as we all know horse racing betting adds a whole new dimension to the sport and wagering on the horses has become very popular. If you have been seeking a new online platform to wager on the horses, many options can be found here, all online platforms offer you fantastic welcome packages, offers, promotions and much more.

Exploring the Horses’ Intelligence Levels

Let’s begin with a simple introduction to mathematics, the horse’s emotional intelligence (EQ) is 0.9. To put things into perspective, a dog gets a 1.2, while a cat gets a 1.0. In contrast, a sheep gets a 0.7, while a rabbit only gets a 0.3.

Horses don’t have to put forth a lot of effort when it comes to adjusting to their environment. They don’t live in the most difficult environments, yet even in those, they’re a formidable foe.

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The capacity of a horse to speak is an intriguing one, you may be surprised to learn that they use a complex form of communication. Despite the fact that their voice communication is poor, their ability to communicate utilising sophisticated body language combinations is rather astounding.

When it comes to emotional intelligence, a lot can be stated about horses’ feelings. It’s a great thing to be able to smell and sense the emotions of other people and of yourself.

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Observing them, it seems that they have a hard time coming up with creative solutions to problems. In fact, they seek assistance from humans in this matter.

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Author: Suzanne Ashton Founder, Everything Horse email: sashton@everythinghorseuk.co.uk

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