McLean, A.N., 2008. Overshadowing: A silver lining to a dark cloud in horse training? Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science, 11, 3, 236-248. Abstract Overshadowing is a process known in…Details
McGreevy, P.D., Harman, A., McLean, A.N., Hawson, L.A. 2010. Over-flexing the horse’s neck: a modern equestrian obsession? Journal of Veterinary Behavior: Clinical Applications and Research. 5, 180-186. Abstract We used…Details
Methodology for the use of rein tensiometers in analyzing rein tension in the ridden horse (Equus caballus): a review.
Davies, M., Hawson, L., McLean, A., McGreevy, P. 2011. 7th International Equitation Science Conference, the Netherlands: Wageningen Academic Publishers. Abstract Bits have been used to control horses since 4,000 BC.…Details
Learning Theory and Biomechanics – and taking the lame out of a half pass… A discussion with Andrew McLean
The interesting thing about Andrew McLean’s approach to training horses is that his thinking is a work in progress. There are so many self styled ‘experts’ on the horse…Details