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What is ethological equitation?

'It's we who have entered the equine world and not the other way around, so it's incumbent upon us to learn about it' Better understanding horses and creating a trusting relationship with them: this is what 'ethological equitation' is all about. And this French stud farm has made it a priority.

09/19/2018 7:11 AM

7 comments

  • Luc S.
    10/10/2021 18:06

    ❤️❤️

  • Louise L.
    10/10/2021 15:49

    Merci!!!Intéressant !😍😊💚

  • John A.
    10/10/2021 05:24

    - thought this may be of interest....

  • Bella K.
    10/10/2021 04:17

    I wish they'd show more videos of people who let horses be horses. In other words allowing the horse to live free range on acreage with other horses like they were supposed to! All this transporting from one show to the next including intercontinental air travel, training for "show" also known as forcing an animal to walk, trot, and behave in a ridiculously unatural manner, and selling and buying horses like you would foriegn sports cars is no life for an intelligent sentient being. It's actually a life sentence. We can do better!

  • MaryAnne P.
    10/09/2021 20:52

    ….for Dick…..

  • Babs V.
    10/09/2021 18:59

    Not soft at all. They're training with aversives (based on fear), this kind of head collar is especially made to put pressure and pain on the most sensitive points on their head, they're locked up in a box (so they have no choice) and are only half a day outside. Don't let yourself be fooled by the term "natural horsemanship" or "éthologie" in French. It's based on pressure and aversives, pain and dominance, and is scientifically and morally outdated.

  • Ryan Grabowski
    03/09/2021 17:57

    Hi that video is absolutely amazing

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