Beware the long face: horses remember your mood

Horses are wary of people who were angry-looking if they meet them again, and more positive to people who they last saw smiling

The following news is straight from the horse’s mouth: our equine companions can remember human facial expressions, and an angry grimace will leave a horse more wary of that individual, scientists claim.

The research follows previous work by the team from University of Sussex which compiled a directory of horse facial expressions, and revealed that Black Beauty can read your emotions – a phenomenon also seen in dogs.

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Source: theguardian
Beware the long face: horses remember your mood