Godolphin shares a great deal of educational videos and insightful content on their social media accounts. Below is a link to a short video on foster foals and mares. From their page: "Take a look back at our Godolphin foster foal diaries... After being rejected by its mother, a week old foal lea...Read More
Horses are prey animals. In the wild, they are hunted by predators. This has a great impact on their behavior.
Highly developed senses of sight, smell, and hearing help to warn horses against danger.
Horses are very social animals. During training and racing, they spend time with other horses to increase endurance and calm their nerves.
Thoroughbreds are referred to as "hot-blooded," because they tend to be more energetic and nervous than other equines.
Horses use their body posture and movement of their ears, tail, and teeth to show humans and other animals how they are feeling.