In the second and third months of a foal’s life, they are interested in socializing. This is an important step in ensuring the foals interact well with other horses. Foals will start to leave their dam’s (mother’s) side a bit more, exploring other foals. This is a time for play and both fil...Read More
Horses are prey animals.
Sight is their most important sense.
A highly developed sense of smell and hearing helps to warn horses against predators.
Chewing and licking indicate a relaxed horse.
Most Thoroughbred horses prefer being a part of a herd.
Horses use their body posture, ears, tail, and teeth to show how they feel. They also whinny and snort to express themselves.