Horses’ responses to variation in human approach
Contributor(s):: Birke, Lynda, Hockenhull, Jo, Creighton, Emma, Pinno, Lisa, Mee, Jenny, Mills, Daniel
The behaviour of humans around horses is thought to have a substantial impact on how people are perceived in subsequent interactions and many horse trainers give detailed advice on how handlers should behave when initially approaching a loose horse. Here we report on three studies designed to...
‘I'd rather wear out than rust out’: autobiologies of ageing equestriennes
Contributor(s):: Davis, Dona L., Maurstad, Anita, Dean, Sarah
Evidence of horsemanship and dogmanship and their application in veterinary contexts
Contributor(s):: Payne, E., Boot, M., Starling, M., Henshall, C., McLean, A., Bennett, P., McGreevy, P.
Randomized Controlled Trial of Therapeutic Horseback Riding in Children and Adolescents With Autism Spectrum Disorder
Contributor(s):: Gabriels, Robin L., Zhaoxing, Pan, Dechant, Briar, Agnew, John A., Brim, Natalie, Mesibov, Gary
The secondary products revolution, horse-riding, and mounted warfare
Contributor(s):: Anthony, David W.
The figure of the horse in Polish culture: notes from private hippology
Contributor(s):: Melbechowska-Luty, Aleksandra
Outlines of early equitation
Contributor(s):: Azzaroli, Augusto
Das domestizierte Pferd in der Kupferzeit Alteuropas :eine Nachbetrachtung zur Auswertung der archäologische Quellen
Contributor(s):: Lichardus, Jan
Do the clothes make the horse? Relationality, roles and statuses in iron age Inner Asia
Contributor(s):: Argent, Gala
Journeys Together: Horses and Humans in Partnership
Contributor(s):: Birke, L., Hockenhull, J.
The Rise and Fall of Plains Indian Horse Cultures
Contributor(s):: Hamalainen, Pekka
Animal bodies: Corporeality, class, and subject formation in The Wide, Wide World
Contributor(s):: Mason, Jennifer
Equitation science. (Special Issue)
Contributor(s):: Goodwin, D., McGreevy, P. D., Heleski, C., Randle, H., Waran, N.
Discusses various reports published within the issue including one on learned helplessness by Carol Hall and another on the use of additional positive reinforcement in improving learning to across an aversive ground surface.
"Loving-knowing" women and horses: Symbolic connections, real life conflicts and "natural horsemanship"
Contributor(s):: Savvides, Nikki
Since the late nineteenth century, female authors have suggested that Western women and horses have an innate connection. Often, the connection is categorized in terms of female “empowerment” and “liberation,” with the rise of female equestrianism playing an important role...
Equestrian Culture in France from the Sixteenth to the Nineteenth Century
Contributor(s):: Roche, Daniel
Communication as a Solution to Conflict: Fundamental Similarities in Divergent Methods of Horse Training
Contributor(s):: Savvides, N.
This paper examines the ways in which two methods of horse training generally considered divergent approach the concepts of partnership and conflict in human-horse relations. It focuses on finding similarities between the methods, both of which, it is argued, demonstrate the significance of...
Horseback riding can be therapeutic
Grab Those Reins: Sometimes, Four Legs Are Better Than Two!
Contributor(s):: Shalo, Sibyl
Pferdegestützte Bewegungstherapie bei Essstörungen [Horse-assisted Movement-therapy for the Treatment of Eating Disorders]
Contributor(s):: Alexandridis, Katharina
"Weil mir das Reiten Spaß macht!" Planung, Durchführung und Ergebnisse einer Nutzerbefragung zum Thema "Heilpädagogische Förderung mit dem Pferd bei erwachsenen Menschen mit einer geistigen Behinderung" ["Because Riding is Fun for Me!" Planning, Real
Contributor(s):: Hecht, Susanne