SPEAKING THE LANGUAGE – Part 28
Feb11

SPEAKING THE LANGUAGE – Part 28

A series by SUSAN McBANE explaining equestrian and scientific terminology in relation to equine behaviour and psychology, and its effects on horses and training (This series is based on a glossary of equestrian and scientific terms published in ‘Equitation Science’ by McGreevy and McLean, 2010, the standard book on the subject. The glossary definition is given in quotation marks, followed by Susan’s discussion.) COLD BACK (girth shy):...

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SPEAKING THE LANGUAGE – Part 24
Oct21

SPEAKING THE LANGUAGE – Part 24

A series by SUSAN McBANE explaining equestrian and scientific terminology in relation to equine behaviour and psychology, and its effects on horses and training (This series is based on a glossary of equestrian and scientific terms published in ‘Equitation Science’ by McGreevy and McLean, 2010, the standard book on the subject. The glossary definition is given in quotation marks, followed by Susan’s discussion.) BUCKING: ‘A...

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Speaking the language – Part 23
Sep08

Speaking the language – Part 23

A series by SUSAN McBANE explaining equestrian and scientific terminology in relation to equine behaviour and psychology, and its effects on horses and training (This series is based on a glossary of equestrian and scientific terms published in ‘Equitation Science’ by McGreevy and McLean, 2010, the standard book on the subject. The glossary definition is given in quotation marks, followed by Susan’s discussion.) BROKEN NECK...

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HORSE BEHAVIOUR – Speaking the language part 14
Sep02

HORSE BEHAVIOUR – Speaking the language part 14

A series by Susan McBane explaining equestrian and scientific terminology in relation to equine behaviour and psychology, and its effects on horses and training . This series is based on a glossary of equestrian and scientifi c terms presented at the First International Equitation Science Symposium, 2005. The glossary description is given in quotation marks, followed by Susan’s discussion.)   BEHIND THE VERTICAL: ‘The appearance...

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Speaking The Language, Part 12
Aug06

Speaking The Language, Part 12

A series by SUSAN McBANE explaining equestrian and scientific terminology in relation to equine behaviour and psychology, and its effects on horses and training (THIS series is based on a glossary of equestrian and scientific terms presented at the First International Equitation Science Symposium, 2005. The glossary description is given in quotation marks, followed by Susan’s discussion.) BAULK: ‘Refuse to move forward, usually...

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