The Meaning of a Nose Toss - in Equus
Becoming aware of a movement as subtle as a nose
toss will make a world of difference in your
partnership with your horse. Most of us are already
I'd like to share with you some of the information I've learned from the horses. I thought I knew quite a bit
about being with a horse - until, that is, I started researching and studying them closely. As it turns out,
my knowledge barely scratched the surface of understanding. Their communication is so subtle that I
have to review video footage frame by frame to find who said what to whom, and how did they say it?
There are many misunderstandings between horse and human because of these very subtle signals that
can easily be missed.
If you want to understand your horse's behavior better, then please read these articles. You'll find a lot of
information you thought you knew already! I've put an introductory paragraph after each title. Just hit the
download link if you want to read the entire article. And - when you have a bit of time, check the Videos
page to see the horses in action. Then - you might want to be sure to look at the Products page for my
latest releases in the video series "Training in Equus" plus my new book, "The Team Concept: Creating a
Partnership with your Horse."
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