Fluorescent or reflective riding gear helps, but let’s not forget the horse.
Caution advised when using such reins, particularly in transitions.
Suggestion safety equipment may have decreased serious injuries.
US scientists investigate crack micromotion in mechanical testing.
“Results make it extremely unlikely that horses have a preference.”
Some were at odds with established guidelines, say researchers.
Avoiding human threat trumps need to avoid predators and find food.
German researchers use x-ray imaging in research.
Scientists find marked differences in tendon proteins in young and old horses.
Nearly 90% of studied dressage horses overbent during warm-up.
Horses let their ears and eyes do the talking.
Sore back? British researchers link ill-fitting saddles to riders with back pain.
A lesson in fluid dynamics across a range of mammals.
Indications of developing resistance found in British research.