Horses Vision

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What Is A Horse´s Field Of Vision?

Horses Vision

Horses see either with both eyes (binoclear vision)
OR with one or the other eye (monoclear vision).

When a horse is looking at you remember that NO HORSE can see the immediate three feet in front of it, and not the immediate three feet behind it.

Verbally warn the horse of your approach if in these two "blind" areas, and always approach & touch the shoulder area first!

   

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