Science Provides the Evidence to Make Eventing Safer

Four evidence-based recommendations have the potential to reduce the risk of injuries and fatalities in Eventing’s cross-country phase. Researchers recommendations centre around a re-evaluation of qualification criteria, the use of risk profiling, a disqualification limit on dressage scores, and a complete review of course and fence design.

What is Horsepower, and How Much Does a Horse Have?

This article explores the origins of horsepower as a unit of measurement and how it applies to both machines and living creatures. Often used in discussions about cars, engines, and other machinery, horsepower has its roots in the world of horses. But just how much power does a horse actually have?

The Language of Horses’ Ears

Horses’ physiques, from the top of their ears to the tips of their hooves, are designed to make them agile and quick in flight. Their hearing is a significant component of that. Understanding the language of a horse’s ears as well as the impact of what they hear on their behavior can help us gain…