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www.wikihow.com/Understand-Horse-Communication

How to Understand Horse Communication. Have you ever wondered what a horse is trying to say to you, or maybe to another horse? Horses use their body language and vocalizations to communicate with each other and to the people around them....

equusmagazine.com/behavior/horse-body-language

The ability to read and respond to this horse body language is what sets great trainers apart from the rest. From a distance, it may look like these experts are "mind reading," but in reality, they're noticing and responding to the subtlest of cues from the horse, both on the ground as well as in the saddle.

www.equinespot.com/horse-body-language.html

A horse’s body language is based on movement first and vocalizations second. Horse body language that seems aggressive or dangerous (to people) is essential for horse-to-horse communication. The trick is in learning how to read horses and then placing yourself in a position of power, trust and respect.

www.equisearch.com/.../understanding-horse-body-language-20587

Understanding equine body language is critical to successful horse-human interactions. Just ask Dr. Camie Heleski, coordinator of the Michigan State University Horse Management Program and lead instructor for My Horse University's online Horse Behavior and Welfare Course, which is based out of Michigan State University.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=t87dPomUanc

I discuss and narrate horse language and communication that many may miss, may not be aware of or may be reading it like a human and not a horse. To help your horse be a better horse you have to ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Horse,_the_Wheel,_and_Language

The Horse, the Wheel, and Language: How Bronze-Age Riders from the Eurasian Steppes Shaped the Modern World is a 2007 book by David W. Anthony, in which the author describes his "revised Kurgan theory."He explores the origins and spread of the Indo-European languages from the Pontic-Caspian steppes throughout Western Europe, and Central and South Asia.

www.horse.com/content/horse-care/body-language-of-a-horse

Body Language of a Horse. The horse is a herd animal and needs to be able to communicate with other herd members. The "conversations" are limited primarily to the conveyance of basic emotions, such as fear.

equimed.com/.../articles/equine-language-facial-vocal-and-body

Horse body language. Learning to speak with your body language and read that of your equine will improve your safety and security. Body signals can give you invaluable information about your horse and its perception of the world around it. If a horse is striking out, head tossing, bucking or rearing, you immediately know that the animal is ...

tardis.fandom.com/wiki/Horse_(language)

"Horse" was the name the Eleventh Doctor gave to the language supposedly spoken by horses. He claimed that by speaking horse, he was able to figure out that the horse the Preacher called "Joshua" was actually known as "Susan". He later appeared to carry on a longer conversation with the horse...