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The researcher (Jess Dodd) found that when not sedated, horses cantered away for those first few meters.Whereas if sedated with Acepromazine (a veterinary sedative also known as ACP or Sedalin) they trotted away; their natural spook response was dulled down by the drug.There is a whole category of horse supplements (and now many feeds) that claim to help to keep your horse calm.So there is clearly a demand from riders to improve the behaviour of their horses but how should we go about that process?
To us, this makes sedation a dangerous way to “calm” our horses. At the risk of treating our horses as if they were humans, just think about ourselves.The majority of us are calm most of the time, we are relaxed and functioning competently without the help of drugs to sedate us. They should have worked out by now that we keep them in a really safe environment free of predators (except the odd lorry or tractor maybe). Both animals evolved on open grassland and both face similar threats, so both should have a similar responses.