How horse behaviour is relevant to training - a conversation with Margrete Lie


Margrete Lie has teaches horses & humans in Academic Art of Ridingand is based in Oslo. What many don’t know is the fact that Margrete also has a Master in equine ethologie and an education as a horse masseur. She travelled the world for learning more about horses, and worked with taming horses among other places in the Caribian. As a part of her studies, she also wrote very recognised thesis about “licking& chewing”, and changed the way horse trainers are thinking about calming signals in work for good. During today’s podcast, Celina and Margrete discuss how understanding equine ethology can help us in horse training, and already set up a date for a follow up meeting. Enjoy!

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