Take a sneak peak at the training ground for ISU’s future veterinarians



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Iowa State’s Clinical Skills Laboratory in the College of Veterinary Medicine is designed to give 1st and 2nd year students a chance to get hands-on experience before treating a live animal. By using life-size models, the lab allows students to get out of the classroom and actually practice a number of clinical procedures. And by allowing students more time in the lab with these models, students gain the motor skills and confidence necessary to perform these surgical procedures on live animals.

The power of an Equestrian



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”There have been very tough times, down times, but i’ve always managed to pick myself back up, and I really believe that’s from my passion of the sport.”

GETTING 13 NEW PETS! + WALKING MY CAT ON A LEASH + JUMPING MY HORSE FOR THE FIRST TIME!



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Shetland Pony Grand National | Op-Docs | The New York Times



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A pony-riding quest for speed and glory.

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How to ride a horse



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Breakfast at Shetland Pony Club Camp:TV Episode 191



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It’s Shetland Pony Club camp time and the ponies need a big breakfast to prepare for the day ahead. Join us at feed time and guess which pony is looking for second helpings !

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Scarlett Johansson – The Horse Whisperer (1998) – Clip 2



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Scarlett Johansson plays as Grace MacLean in The Horse Whisperer (1998).

Nominated for 1 Oscar. Another 4 wins & 19 nominations.

The mother of a severely traumatized daughter enlists the aid of a unique horse trainer to help the girl’s equally injured horse.

Director: Robert Redford

Writers: Nick Evans (novel) (as Nicholas Evans), Eric Roth (screenplay), Richard LaGravenese (screenplay)

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Equestrianism || Story with a Heartbeat



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Horse And Cat Are Best Friends Compilation



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This video shows friendship between horse and cat. Horse and cat are best friends.

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The Moonwalking Dancing Shetland Pony – Fleetwood Mac Findus Horse Meat Commercial



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This Funny Shetland Findus Horse Commercial Moonwalking to the Meat Factory –

The Fleetwood Mac Findus Pony Horse Meat Video – March 2013.
A commercial that had a lot of backlash when run, in some places it was pulled due to so many horse lovers protesting.

Hard to think that this was beneficial for a meat commercial
putting a cute dancing pony that ends up getting butchered.
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The Dancing Findus Horse Commercial 2013.
Fleetwood Mac Edition. Shetland Pony.

Horse Whispering with Dartmoor Pony



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Excerpt from Victorian Farm. Natural horsemanship, colloquially known as horse whispering, is a collective term for a variety of horse training techniques which have seen rapid growth in popularity since the 1980s. The techniques vary in their precise tenets but generally share principles of developing a rapport with horses, using communication techniques derived from observation of free-roaming horses, and rejecting abusive training methods.
The term “horse whispering” dates to nineteenth century Europe when an Irish horseman, Daniel “Horse-Whisperer” Sullivan (d. 1810), made a name for himself in England by rehabilitating horses that had become vicious and intractable due to abuse or accidental trauma. Some natural horsemanship practitioners do not use the term “horse whisperer” to describe themselves, some horse trainers dislike the “horse whispering” moniker to the extent that they openly ask that the term not be applied to them.
The idea of working in sympathy with a horse in order to obtain cooperation is not new, with documented instances as far back as the two part treatise On Horsemanship by Xenophon (c. 430 – 354 BCE), which amongst other points, emphasized operant conditioning and emphasized reassurance over punishment. Later classical dressage practitioners such as Antoine de Pluvinel (1555–1620 CE) and François Robichon de La Guérinière (1688–1751) also emphasized gentle techniques. However, gentle training methods have always had to compete with harsher methods, which often appear to obtain faster, but less predictable results. In particular, the cowboy tradition of the American west, where the economics of needing to break large numbers of semi-feral horses in a short period of time led to the development of a number of harsh training methods that the natural horsemanship movement specifically has set out to replace.
In Europe a number of variations are practiced that developed independently of the American model, influenced by Spanish or Hungarian horsemanship traditions as well as the teachings of Classical dressage. Some include work rooted in the use of human body language to communicate effectively to the horse.