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Horses rely upon us for more than food and shelter.  How we treat them has a huge impact on their well-being. It’s vital that care-givers know how to approach, handle, transport and, in some instances, breed their horses. Using appropriate techniques and ensuring that we provide the necessary physical conditions that ensure a horse’s comfort and safety are a good start.  But it’s also important to pay attention to what your horse is telling you through it’s physical movements and the sounds it makes. Doing so can help ensure the safety of both you and your horse.

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Activity 4.2 – Reflection Activity

Take a few minutes and reflect on what you have learned in this module. In the Module 4 booklet answer the following questions: What are the warning signs of a horse showing stress? How would you respond?


  1. When you are finished this activity (the final one for this module), save the PDF to your course folder.
  2. Upload your completed file using the upload tool below. (HINT: see the Activities video if you need a refresher on how to use the upload tool.)

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