Horses are social animals. They thrive in groups and with companionship. A horse’s instincts tell him that leaving the others is a possible threat to his very survival.
Unfortunately, in our domestic situations, there are many times we want and need our horses to be ok by themselves, or to just be ok away from their buddy.
We want to trail ride, go to horse shows, need to separate horses for feeding, or just want to go hack around the arena without our horse constantly looking around and screaming to his friend out in the field.
In this video, I will discuss barn and buddy sour behavior, and the truth of how this can be solved (spoiler alert… there’s rarely a quick fix).
Watch below and then I’ll see you in the comments!