Extension professionals who work with horse owners, barn managers, and other equine clientele often encounter resistance to new management ideas. There are several faulty theories that horse people often rely on with respect to safety in equine facilities. Exposing these flaws facilitates convincing horse owners to adopt safer standard operating procedures. The Self-Guided Horse Facility Analysis is a checklist-driven booklet designed to help clientele recognize the potential hazards in their facilities and to make a proactive change before an accident occurs.
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Greene, E. A., & Trott, J. F. (2004). The Self-Guided Horse Facility Analysis: A Proactive Safety Education Tool for Equine Facilities. The Journal of Extension, 42(6), Article 31. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol42/iss6/31