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If horses ears are slanted backwarrds what does it indicates he is?

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2013-02-28 09:58:32
2013-02-28 09:58:32

It depends on the situation the horse is in. If the horses ears are swiviling back and forth and moving around alot they are more than likely just listening to sounds, other horses or you.

If their ears are pinned back against their head and their teeth are bared (like a dog snarling) then they are upset or angry. Their tail may also swish around if they are angry. Horses pin their ears back as a warning to other horses or things they feel are a threat.

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It means that the horse is angry or irritated.

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If A Horses Ears Are Flat Against Their Head Is A Common Sign Of Anger And Be Threatend. If The Horses Ears Are Just Swiveled Backwards They Are Listening To Whats On Their Back Or Behind Them.

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horses often show their feelings by moving their ears, if the ears are forward: the horse is interested or exited in something. if the ears are slanted back or twitching: the horse is relaxed and listening to what is around him. if the ears are flat back: the horse is angry.


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