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Where are the withers on a dog? Where are the neck muscles on a horse? These are basic concepts that many horses seem to know intuitively. They have their own form of muscle memory. But do they really? I don’t know about your horses, but I think you do know if your horse knows any of these basic concepts because there is such an effort to teach them. There is an investment of time, space, and resources in teaching them. I don’t think there is much hope in equine science to come up with an explanation as to why horses seem to have this knowledge. That is why I am excited by the discoveries and research that is being done on the concept of “animal cognition.”

Horses are obviously not the only animals that are thought to be smart. Many other species, including primates, are considered to have a greater range of cognitive abilities. That being sd, horses are fascinating creatures because they seem to have more advanced brn functions than other non-primate species. The horse is unique in that, even if they were dumb, they would have a lot of behaviors that would be considered unique to them. The horse is so different than other species, that scientists thought there were only two kinds of brns and there was a time when it was thought that the evolution of the horse’s brn was complete. The idea was that horses didn’t need as advanced a brn as other animals because they were so far ahead of the rest of the mammals.

But this just isn’t the case. There is so much that scientists are discovering about the horse’s brn and what they learn about it, is changing everything we thought we knew about the horse brn.

I will be sharing with you some of the fascinating things scientists are discovering about horse brns and how those discoveries are revolutionizing our understanding of horse cognition. I will also share some of the new findings that researchers are making with respect to dogs, primates, and other species.

As usual, the podcast will be free to those who have a podcast app, or those who prefer to listen on their computer by going to iTunes and searching “Horses in the Brn.” The first episode will be up on iTunes Tuesday, May 29th.

You are very right! Horses are fascinating. They know so much, don't they? And they have a way of communicating, don't they? So much more than dogs, I think. They don't play games, for sure. I don't know about you, but I play games. So many thanks for sharing your knowledge.

The best part is when they listen to your show. The next best thing is when you are talking with someone who has rsed a horse. They are in tune with the horse! This is why the show continues.

Thank you for giving them a voice. I enjoy all the other personalities you interview as well.

The first episode will be out today, I hope. But I had to change my computer (no more Mac, I am forced to run a Windows machine now, despite it being a dinosaur from way back). I still need to fix a few things. Anyway, we will see how things go. Thank you for hosting this show and putting the effort into it. I enjoy hearing the voices of other people, and the horses.

This is an interview, and you are doing a very good job of it. I like the way you introduce them and set the scene, and then ask questions.

I am a huge fan of the horses you interviewed on the podcast. They do have a remarkable personality, you know! I have only ever heard one other horse say NO... and the one he had, actually sd NO! He was a quarter horse, though, but a pretty well-known one.

And he was trying to bite his own legs! So, yeah, I think a horse might not like a horse as much as they would like us. :)

I have also been talking to people about this podcast. I have some listeners who listen to this only when you are done with the interview... to hear your voice. I like that a lot.

You might consider having an optional option that would play a 5-10 minute episode of you talking about what just happened, or just being on the ride, like the guests do on Prrie Home Companion. I bet it could be very interesting!

I'm sure some people would love the idea of an "episode" of your ride to hear your voice, if you don't mind. Just saying, because people love to hear your voice on here, I'm sure they would appreciate the episode. It would give them more opportunity to hear you.

I actually listen to you in the car. When I'm on the way to my horses.

I know I'm not a huge fan of the show, but I think it's a pretty good idea. It's a good way to introduce new horses, and also if you want to start doing a series of interviews, of different people's horses, that could be fun. I like the way you put your guests on the horse and have a little talk.

What you do is great, but so do most other people, so what is it going to really offer the horse industry that the show won't do? I'll give you this, it certnly has a nice feel.

Thanks for the feedback. We have a great show with wonderful guests. That is the mn reason people watch and listen to Prrie Home Companion.

To be honest, we have not tried many other shows. We haven't tried radio shows, or even talk shows. We are trying to create something we feel is original, and not just someone talking about their own horse.

We might try and create a show like yours. I am definitely intrigued by the idea.

In the meantime, I do try to put some of my thoughts out there through the podcast, the facebook page, and this website.

I too would love to hear your voice on here... just saying.

Thanks for listening!

-Chris

Last edited by chris844, 11-12-2017 at 01:13 AM.

Reason: some of the formatting is lost from the editing, so I'm sorry about that!

It's a good idea, but I think it's a pretty good idea. It's a good way to introduce new horses, and also if you want to start doing a series of interviews, of different people's horses, that could be fun. I like the way you put your guests on the horse and have a little talk.

What you do is great, but so do most other people, so what is it going to really offer the horse industry that the show won't do? I'll give you this, it certnly has a nice feel.

Thanks for the feedback. We have a great show with wonderful guests. That is the mn reason people watch and listen to Prrie Home Companion.

To be honest, we have not tried many


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