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Horses thrive on movement, companionship and the dynamics and interaction of a heard. Also, unlike predators such as cats, dogs and humans who find comfort in confined spaces, horses are prey animals and find comfort in open spaces. Traditional horse keeping practices often impact a horse's basic physical and mental wellbeing as seen by negative behaviors such as cribbing, weaving, kicking, biting, etc.







Provide your horse with the largest living environment possible.


Board your horse in a pasture environment with other horses.


Turn-out with another horse or horses.


Stable with at least one other horse.  Avoid solitary stabling where interaction in any form is non-existent.


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