Horse Problems: Spooky Horse

In most cases, spooking is a symptom of deeper problems. Your horse is not properly prepared to look to you as a leader and stop in his tracks when presented with unfamiliar objects or situations. Some horses are just naturally more spooky than others. Arabs are, of course, bred to be vigilant. I never recommend… Read More Horse Problems: Spooky Horse

Horse Anatomy: Eyes, Horse Vision

Like most prey animals, horses have eyes set on the sides of their heads giving them almost 350 degree vision that allows them to see a predator at nearly any angle. Only about 65 degrees from center is highly focused and binocular. Even though the other 285 degrees is monocular, it serves the purpose. It… Read More Horse Anatomy: Eyes, Horse Vision