Horses, when content, are quiet animals. Almost the only vocalization one should hear in a well-managed stable is a low-decibel nicker, which is an approach call given by a mare to her foal and by any horse to a human who feeds it. The whinny or neigh is a separation call, commonly given by horses that are separated from their group and usually

Fig. 1 Two stallions fighting. (View this art in color at

Weight Loss All Star

Weight Loss All Star

Are you looking to lose weight or even just tone up? What is stopping you from having the body you want and help you feel great at the same time? I created Weight Loss All-Star for all those wanting to lose weight, and keep the weight off. I know how hard it is to do diets and stick with them, and get the motivation to get up and exercise.

Get My Free Ebook

Post a comment