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HETI Congress 2024 Survey
As the HETI congress 2024 organisers, The Hungarian Riding for the Disabled Federation, plan and prepare for the HETI congress, they would like to hear from anyone who is thinking about attending the congress. Please take 2 minutes of your time to complete the survey...
Free Seminar: What (IPH) a Horse can be even more effective than a therapist?
Date: 28 March 2023Time: 12:00 – 1:00 PM (EDT) A horse cannot become a licensed therapist in the same way that a human can. But the possibilities of a horse becoming a therapist are promising, given the positive outcomes of equine-assisted services. This unifying term...
Research seminar: What is it about the horse?
Welcome to Lundehagen, JUNE 2 - 5, 2023 The research seminar What is it about the horse? aims at presenting exciting research and knowledge from experienced clinicians and academics within the field of horse-assisted psychotherapy, equine research and ethology....
Behavioral assessment of pain in 66 horses with and without a bit
Summary Horses can be ridden with or without a bit. Comparing the behaviour of the same horse in different modes constituted a ‘natural experiment’. Sixty-nine behaviours in 66 bitted horses were identified as induced by bit-related pain and recognised as forms of...
Happy Birthday Ande-Brasil article
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Human Equine Interaction Register UK article
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SAVE SARDA article
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