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


  • Ryan Grabowski
    03/09/2021 17:57

    Hi that video is absolutely amazing

  • Sam K.
    05/30/2020 18:40

    good idea for a video

  • 岡村愛
    05/13/2020 13:09


  • Heather M.
    05/11/2020 02:20

    lets go visit this plaxe

  • Alice M.
    05/11/2020 01:45

    intéressante! ;)

  • Ingrid W.
    05/10/2020 20:43

    A whole half day in a paddock?Wow! ☹Yes, this does look better than your average traditional approach to those who are not aware of the real alternative ways of horse keeping that are now starting to be adopted across the world based on new scientic study of the natural physical and phsycological needs of horses. This includes free movement outside within a herd, 24/7. Those v shaped grills? - called anti weaving grills. Used to prevent 'weaving' and wood chewing in a stable. Think zoo animals pacing to and fro. Stables are for the convenience of people. And from what I can see the training appears to be of the traditional negative type and not positive reinforcement. Nice to see bitless riding though. Sorry to sound negative but frustrating to miss a chance to show real ethical horsemanship.

  • Tori R.
    05/10/2020 17:24


  • Tori R.
    05/10/2020 17:22


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