Here, you will find a selection of useful information and recommended readings beyond the information given in the Blog topics. Please keep in mind, that this selection represents my personal preferences and is by no means comprehensive.

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Recommended readings:

(order according to publishing year)

Andrew M. McLean 2022. Modern Horse Training: Equitation Science Principles & Practice, Volume 1. Eds. Nicki Stuart & Sophie Wyllie, Equitation Science International, Tuerong, Australia.

Lynn Acton 2020. What horses really want. Unlocking the secrets to trust, cooperation, and reliability. Introducing protector leadership. Trafalgar Square Books, North Pomfret, Vermont, USA.

Paul McGreevy, Janne Winther Kristensen, Uta König von Borstel, and Andrew McLean 2018. Equitation Science 2nd ed. John Wiley and Sons Ltd, Hoboken, United States.

Michel-Antoine Leblanc 2013. The Mind of the Horse: An Introduction to Equine Cognition. Harvard University Press, Cambridge.

Lesley Skipper 1999. Inside Your Horse's Mind: A Study of Equine Intelligence and Human Prejudice. J.A.Allen & Co Ltd.

For German speaking readers:

Konstanze Krüger & Isabell Marr 2022. Forschung trifft Pferd. Kosmos Verlag, Stuttgart.  

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