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Hartmann, E. Managing horses in groups to improve horse welfare and human safety 2010 5307
Hartmann, E.; Bøe, K.E.; Jørgensen, G.H.M.; Mejdell, C.M.; Dahlborn, K. Management of horses with focus on blanketing and clipping practices reported by members of the Swedish and Norwegian equestrian community1 2017 Journal of Animal Science 6615 95 1104-1117
Hartmann, E.; Christensen, J.W.; Keeling, L.J. Social interactions of unfamiliar horses during paired encounters: Effect of pre-exposure on aggression level and so risk of injury 2009 Applied Animal Behaviour Science 5089 121 214-221
Hartmann, E.; Christensen, J.W.; McGreevy, P.D. Dominance and leadership: Useful concepts in human-horse interactions? Journal of Equine Veterinary Science 6048
Hartmann, E.; Keeling, L.J.; Rundgren, M. Comparison of 3 methods for mixing unfamiliar horses (Equus caballus) 2011 Journal of Veterinary Behavior: Clinical Applications and Research 5294 6 39-49
Hartmann, E.; Søndergaard, E.; Keeling, L.J. Keeping horses in groups: A review Applied Animal Behaviour Science 5490
Hartmann, E.; Søndergaard, E.; Keeling, L.J. Identifying potential risk situations for humans when removing horses from groups 2012 Applied Animal Behaviour Science 5491 136 37-43
Keeling, L.J.; Bøe, K.E.; Christensen, J.W.; Hyyppä, S.; Jansson, H.; Jørgensen, G.H.M.; Ladewig, J.; Mejdell, C.M.; Särkijärvi, S.; Søndergaard, E.; Hartmann, E. Injury incidence, reactivity and ease of handling of horses kept in groups: a matched case control study in four Nordic countries Applied Animal Behaviour Science 6020