Movements of the horse's mouth in relation to horse-rider kinematic variables.

Abstract

The aim of this study was to investigate the behavioural response of horses to rein contact and the movement of the riders' hands through analysis of data from horses ridden at two different head and neck positions. It was hypothesised that the riders' hand movements and rein tension would generate behavioural responses from horses and that these responses… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.tvjl.2013.09.030

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@article{Eisersi2013MovementsOT, title={Movements of the horse's mouth in relation to horse-rider kinematic variables.}, author={Marie Eisersi{\"{o} and Lars Roepstorff and Michael A Weishaupt and Agneta Egenvall}, journal={Veterinary journal}, year={2013}, volume={198 Suppl 1}, pages={e33-8} }