Apprehension

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  1. John E.

    John E. TPF Noob!

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    or possibly aggression, not sure about the body language :scratch: . Maybe someone who if fimilair with horses could tell?


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    'I want a sugarcube' seems to be the general expression to me ;)
     
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    Hi

    Head down and ears to the side, instead of pricked forwards in attention with their head right up, generally indicates that they are not feeling threatened and are not threatening you either; it's a netural posture where no one outranks the other.

    Aggressive signals are easy to spot - ears flat back, teeth bared, head up - sometimes being tossed around. Not all of them are necessary at the same time.....but they are BIG clues that that's a good time to leave! And whatever you do DON'T run :D

    I love the texture of the second shot :thumbup:

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  4. Meysha

    Meysha still being picky Vicky

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    Awesome shots John. Love the second one for its abstractyness and all the different colours and textures.

    The grass in the first one looks so bright and green! great expression on the horse as well.
     

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