Learning and the Horse
Learning may be defined as changes in an animal's internal behavioural organisation that depend on reinforcing properties of experience of its environment. ( Domjan et al cited in Murphy 2003).
Throughout its life, a horse's innate abilities and instinctive responses are shaped, refined and extended by learning. Experiences are perceived by the horse through their five senses (sight, hearing, olfaction, taste, touch) which results in the formation of memories and lasting changes in behaviour. Horses naturally learn best those things which are biologically relevant…
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