The Horse’s Vision and Its Effects on Horsemanship

horsesVisionThe Horse’s Vision and Its Effects on Horsemanship by Troy Griffith Our horses see the world very differently from us in many ways. These differences, due to structure and placement of their eyes, have profound influences on how they react to visual stimuli and should be thoughtfully considered during their training and indeed in all aspects of horsemanship. These differences include field of view, color perception, light adjustment, motion detection, acuity and much more. In this article I hope to detail some of the differences and how they relate to training, riding and caring for horses. Read more : http://www.horsecollaborative.com/horses-vision-effects/