by Al Badia,
Horses and humans are pretty similar! They both have a similar family structure, their emotions can be communicated, they feel empathy for one another, and they learn to trust each other over time. Horses thrive in open spaces just like we do too.
Horses also need social relationships in order to be healthy. If a horse is left alone all the time, they may start developing behavioral problems. They are also the ultimate friend. They can be as loyal as a dog, as trusting as a child and as fun as a playmate. Horses have been known to form deep bonds with humans, and they can even communicate their emotions through their body language.
Because horses are social animals, they thrive in open spaces where they can interact with other horses. They also require social relationships in order to be healthy and happy—just like humans!