The expression in a horses eye is often thought to be a good indicator of their behavior eg wide open with white showing and not an appaloosa scared half closed sleepy etc a horses hearing is much keener than ours. One of the keys to safely working with your horse is understanding natural horse behavior if you can predict when a horse is about to be aggressive or spook at something you are better able to respond and either avoid a dangerous situation or prevent that behavior. Horse behavior latest research on how smart horses are research studies on equine intelligence and behavior are bringing new insights into how smart horses really are. Stressed horses may paw in the trailer or at feeding time and the behavior stops when the source of the anxiety is past pawing to indicate anger is rarer but it is a signal you need to heed in these cases the pawing is more forceful and is often combined with pinned ears
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