Reader Question: Nothing Else Has Worked; I’m Considering Using A Shock Collar

Reader Question: Nothing Else Has Worked; I’m Considering Using A Shock Collar

I received this email from a reader who is considering using an equine shock collar on her unruly gelding as a last resort. I wrote about equine shock collars as endorsed by Julie Goodnight here. Hi, I was considering buying equine shock collar for my horse and came across your article. I’m keen to understand […]

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700,000 Year Old Horse Bone Fragments Horse Set New Record for Genome Sequencing

700,000 Year Old Horse Bone Fragments Horse Set New Record for Genome Sequencing

700,000-year-old frozen, fossilized horse bone fragment found near Thistle Creek, Canada has allowed a multinational team of scientists led by Ludovic Orlando and Eske Willerslev at the University of Copenhagen to decipher the complete genome of an extinct horse that once lived in the Yukon. This work literally rewrites the evolutionary history of horses and […]

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New American Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell Could Help End Horse Slaughter

New American Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell Could Help End Horse Slaughter

I’d like to thank Mark at Horse Conscious for drawing my attention to the following, which I copied straight from his site: Sally Jewell is America’s new Interior Secretary. This puts her in a position to step in and protect wild horses who are being eliminated from public lands by an out of control federal […]

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Interspecies Neurobiological Intersubjectivity | Nathan P. Lee

Interspecies Neurobiological Intersubjectivity | Nathan P. Lee

I received a lovely email from Nathan P. Lee, owner of Equussoma International, LLC. today. He holds a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology with a concentration in Equine Assisted Mental Health from Prescott College. Fascinating! According to Mr. Lee, he has just presented a paper on Interspecies Neurobiological Intersubjectivity at Prescott College, and his area […]

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Introducing Missy Wryn’s Equine Support Center for Fibromyalgia

Introducing Missy Wryn’s Equine Support Center for Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia exhausts our energy and drains our dreams. At the Equine Support Center for Fibromyalgia participants receive pampering care along with mind and body awareness techniques to infuse healing energies in the painful places, all in preparation for energized Horse time. The preparation and energizing is far reaching into the Horse time and beyond which […]

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Researchers Urge Rethink of ‘Monty Roberts’ Horse Training Method

Researchers Urge Rethink of ‘Monty Roberts’ Horse Training Method

In the article, Researchers urge rethink of ‘Monty Roberts’ horse training method, I read about a fascinating method of using remote control cars to mimic the actions of a trainer using the “Join-Up” method with success, demonstrating that horses respond to pressure and release rather than making a human-horse connection. Researchers at the University of […]

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