CARING FOR HORSES
Horses have many unique personality traits, but main traits are typically categorized as social, aloof, challenging, and fearful. Note that these traits are not negative, rather, will help owners examine behavior and determine the best care and handling for their horse. For example, a challenging horse may exploit timid or unsure handlers, while an aloof horse may tolerate poor handling. A fearful horse may require more patience, while a social horse may welcome any interaction – human or horse. Their unique personalities, large size, and owner involvement can make them challenging to keep, but a little extra knowledge will help you and your horses live harmoniously together. Click here for more information about how to keep your horses happy and healthy.