Horses playing

Playing Or Having Fun

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A horse rolling for fun – not colic


A horse playing by himself.


Scratching the withers


The horse “playing” basketball is actually a demonstration of training a horse using a reward, but the point here is that the horse is “enjoying” his task.  Not all playing is unstructured.  Here it is the willing partnership between horse and owner.


This also shows a partnership between horse and human. The crop is used as an aid to touch and guide – not as a pain-inducing device.


 

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