What does my horse’s ears have to say?

What does my horse’s ears have to say?

Did you know that horses can communicate through they ears? Here are some examples of what it means!

  • Ears forward and relaxed, it means it is interested in what’s happening ahead, it’s quiet and paying attention.
  • Ears heading straight ahead, it’s anxious, observing something that is grabbing it attention and it’s evaluating it.
  • Ears to the side (one at the time or both), it’s grabbing attention to what’s going on in that direction.
  • Ears back but relaxed, it’s paying attention to what’s going on at the back.
  • Ears straight back, it’s anxious or angry with something happening behind it.
  • Ears dropping off, it may be tired and relaxing itself or napping. It can also mean sadness or sickness.
  • Ears pressed against his neck, it is very angry. You have to be careful because it is ready to fight with a kick or a bite.

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