Here you will find links to information and articles from a number of different voices. The Non Ridden Equine Association UK is a platform for diversity and sharing. It is a collective of people be they novices to professionals. Links are always checked once added, however articles can get removed and websites close, so if the links to a resource do not work please let us know.
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- How do Horses Show Affection? By Franklin Levinson
- Seeking Companionship. By Jayne Forster
- Is There Such a Thing as Loving Your Horse Too Much? By Linda Salinas
- Horses and the Art of Following. By Andrew Smail
- 10 Steps to A Happy Horse. By Justine Harrison
- Message of the Horse. An introduction in how horses teach us to be powerful and free.
- How Much Human Is In A Horse. By Kerri Lake
- Horses asked how they prefer to stay warm.
- Horses can learn to use symbols to communicate their preferences.
- Home is Where The Herd Is. By Justine Harrison
- Animal Communication: How Do I Listen to My Horses? By Listen to Your Horse
- Study: Some Horses, Riders Have 'Co-Being' Relationship. By Christa Lesté-Lasserre, MA
- A Tale Of Two Minis. By Kirsty Bedwell
- Do Horses Really Need A Herd Leader? By Justine Harrison
- Our Relationship With Horses. By Equestrian Tai Chi
- The fascinating way a horse reacts when it knows you’re angry. By Robbie Couch
- Scientists Study Horse, Human Heart Coupling. By Christa Lesté-Lasserre, MA
- Passion For Horses is not a Learned Behavior – We are Born With it! By Horse Spirit
Lessons Taught Me by My Horse: Lesson 4. Trust is the strongest bond between horse and human!By HORSES AND HUMANS PUBLICATIONS
Understanding Herd Interactions and How Horses Relate to Us. By GABRIELLE AND CAMILLE DAREAU
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