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Research Finds That Horses Make Strikingly Similar Facial Expressions To Humans

Scientists have isolated 27 discrete facial movements humans use to communicate, the most of any animal. Recent research conducted by the University of Sussex has found that horses use an impressive 17 distinct movements – one more than dogs and four...

Study Helps Horse Owners Recognize The Facial Expressions Of Pain

90% of horses will be affected by lameness at some point. Experienced equestrians know the signs to watch for: a hitching gait; short, uneven stride; or hesitation during riding can all be tip-offs that your horse is in pain. But what if there was a way for o...