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The Contribution of Equitation Science to Minimising Horse-Related Risks to Humans (STARLING, McLEAN, McGREEVY, 2017)

The ten principles of training (McGREEVY, McLEAN, 2015)

Normal and abnormal behaviours of stabled horses (McDONNELL, 2002)

A review of methods used to measure temperamental characteristics in horses (OLSSON, 2010)

Does Work Affect Personality? A Study in Horses (HAUSBERGER et al, 2011)

The Importance of Ethology in Understanding the Behaviour of the Horse (GOODWIN, 1999)

Fearfulness in horses: A temperament trait stable across time and situations (LANSADE et al, 2008)

Assessment of Horses for Therapeutic Riding Purposes: Comparison of Physiological and Behavioral Parameters (TURNER, 2014)

Horses: Behaviour, Cognition and Welfare (PICKETT, 2009)

A review of the human–horse relationship (HAUSBERGER et al, 2008)

Reactivity to humans: A temperament trait of horses which is stable across time and situations (LANSADE et al, 2008)

Reactivity to isolation and association with conspecifics: A temperament trait stable across time and situations ​(LANSADE et al, 2008)

Effect of head and neck position on vertical ground reaction forces and interlimb coordination in the dressage horse ridden at walk and trot on a treadmill (WEISHAUPT et al, 2006)

Noseband Use in Equestrian Sports, An International Study (DOHERTY et al, 2016)

The Effect of Noseband Tightening on Horses’ Behavior, Eye Temperature, and
Cardiac Responses (FENNER et al, 2015)

Differences between amateurs and professionals in round pen training technique (KYDD et al, 2015)

Stride‑related rein tension patterns in walk and trot in the ridden horse (EGENVALL et al 2015)