Music is an outlet for when we’re sad, stressed, or upset. We have music we go to for a pick-up when we’re having a long or bad day or even when we just want to prolong our good music. But what about horses? Did you know that music can help reduce and relax your horse? After all stress in horses is common.
The right beat has been known to relieve stress in horses
A stressed horse is an unhappy horse, and this can lead to all sorts of health problems, such as ulcers, cribbing, and other undesirables. With advances in technology, it’s become possible to get music directly to your horse. Your horse can have their very own earphones instead of you having to figure out a way to pipe music throughout the trailer or stable. Horses even love to sing.
Calming tones v sound of heavy rock
Classical music and country seemed to work the best for helping to relieve stress in horses and relax horses. Rock music and jazz tended to upset the horses, most likely caused by the increased tempos and minor keys. If you want to help your horse have a relaxing graze and perhaps standing nap, the specially made blue tooth headphone and some classical music seems the way to go. Country music seems to perk up a horse and make them happy. Of course, horses being the individuals you are, each may have preferences. It’s always good to have a well stocked mp3 player to help them figure out what they like.
There are many things that can lead to stress in your horse, but it’s always nice to have an option on how to let them relax in stressful situations. Happy horses tend to be healthy horses. Who doesn’t like a little background music to help make work and play easier? Why should horses be any different?
If your horse is fighting off ulceration or stomach, upset, Omeprazole from Abler can help your horse while the music plays.
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