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by Uta von Borstel

  • ISBN: 3639045602
  • Category: Math & Science
  • Author: Uta von Borstel
  • Subcategory: Biological Sciences
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: VDM Verlag Dr. Mueller e.K. (November 6, 2008)
  • Pages: 148 pages
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Fear in Horses and Riders: Two Hearts Living in just One Mind : How Rider, Training and Genetics InfluenceHorses' Fear.

Fear in horses and riders: tow hearts living in just one mind- The influence of rider, training and genetics on horses' fear. Responses of horses to novel visual, olfactory and auditory stimuli. Janne Winther Christensen, Linda J Keeling, Birte L Nielsen.

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2005) and used by von Borstel et al. (2010) Attempts have been made to objectively measure fear reactions in horses (Christensen et a. 2006;Redondo et a. 2009;Von Borstel e. . (2010). It involves both the intensity of the fear reaction and the latency to return to normal behaviour. Horses were ridden in the test by professional riders, and their reactions to the stimuli were evaluated each by two judges and the rider using scores on a scale from 1 (task not concluded) to 10 (completely calm but attentive horse). Attempts have been made to objectively measure fear reactions in horses (Christensen et a. 2009;Von Borstel et a. 2010), but again it has been questioned whether some parameters were truly related to fearfulness (Von Borstel et a. 2010).

Uta König von Borstel is a Professor of Animal Husbandry and Biology at the Department of Animal Breeding and Genetics, University of Giessen, Germany. Andrew McLean is one of the world's foremost equine behavioural practitioners and founder of the Australian Equine Behaviour Centre, Australia. Библиографические данные. Paul McGreevy, Janne Winther Christensen, Uta König von Borstel, Andrew McLean.

Uta König von Borstel, PhD, equitation scientist at the University of.Some are enthusiastic and eager about this," she said. But I just don’t see it accepted yet in practice.

Uta König von Borstel, PhD, equitation scientist at the University of Göttingen in Germany, said her team found via a recent equitation science study that frequently, when riding judges are considering how "rideable" a horse is, what they’re really after is how much rein tension they’re having to use. König von Borstel presented the results of the study at the 8th International Society for Equitation Science conference, held July 18-20 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Considering that rideability scores usually only vary by two or three points at most, that’s significant.

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Horses' fear reactions can lead to problems such as accidents and injuries to horse and rider. The objective of this work was to identify factors influencing fear in riding horses. Results revealed that riders could induce nervousness in the horse by unconsciously communicating their own nervousness. Riding style also had immediate consequences for fear reactivity in horses: When horses were ridden in the more coercive, and to the horses aversive, Rollkur style, they showed stronger fear than when they were ridden in a regular riding style. In contrast, horses of genetic show-jumping lines exhibited weaker fear reactions than horses of dressage lines regardless of their longterm training experience. It was concluded that fear reactivity in horses could be reduced: 1) by genetically selecting against fear reactivity in horses, 2) by employing less coercive riding techniques and 3) potentially by developing and training specific techniques, such as muscle relaxation, that allow riders to interrupt the exchange of nervousness between rider and horse. Ultimately these approaches could aid to improve safety and welfare of both horses and riders.

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