Wild Equus (Equilibre) promotes a deeper understanding of horses, their behaviour, and the horse-human relationship.
The main objective of our site and work is to facilitate a safer, healthier and friendlier environment for both people and horses.
On this site you will find articles on ethology, learning theory, philosophy and horsemanship, as well as information about the educational activities we offer throughout the year.
Our activities and efforts are aimed towards improving:
Welfare of domestic equids
Through an objective view of behaviour we encourage good horse care practices, critical thinking and a commitment to continued learning. Our Field Study programs around the world, provide a unique and comprehensive perspective on horse behaviour, especially as it occurs in free-living populations with little to no direct human management.
We provide educational programs focused on enhancing knowledge on equine behaviour, welfare and training by organizing classes, workshops, courses and conferences in different locations around the world, and throughout the year.
Understanding, conservation and management of Free ranging, feral or wild horses
By networking with researchers around the world, we aim to support ongoing investigation, management, and conservation projects. Alternately we set up our own research projects, such as our Equus Field Study (EFS) & Field Study Workshops (FSW).
These are some projects already set-up:
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