The Nature of Horses: Their Evolution, Intelligence and Behaviour
Author – Stephen Budiansky
What does it mean to be a horse? The definitive and bestselling book explaining the mysteries of the horse using insights of modern science.
What makes a winning racehorse? How intelligent are horses? What are horses trying to tell us when they stamp their hooves and snort? Do horses talk to each other?
The horse, long symbol of beauty and athletic prowess, has made and lost fortunes and transformed human history and culture, and yet has retained mysteries that baffle even those who work with them every day.
Paperback: 256 pages
Publisher: W&N; New Ed edition (30 April 2009)
Hardcover ASIN: B01FKUIIEE
Publisher: The Free Press (1846)
Evidence-Based Horsemanship Book | DVD
Renowned Horseman, Martin Black and Neuroscientist, Dr. Stephen Peters co-author Evidence-Based Horsemanship which combines science, the understanding of brain function with an empirical understanding of the subtleties of a horse’s behaviors, reactions, and chemical states.
EBH, as it’s commonly called, combines Peters’ understanding of brain function with Black’s keen observation of subtle horse behavior to create “best practices” in all areas of horse training and care.
Paperback: 122 pages
Publisher: Wasteland Press (6 Feb. 2012)
DVD Format: DVD Single Number of discs: 1
Run Time: 60.00 minutes
In this DVD, you will hear from them both on the exciting new scientific discoveries that can directly benefit all horses and horse owners.