On today's program, we learn about communicating with horses. To better understand a horse, one needs to closely observe the equine's body language. Sings that a horse is on alert, or even frightened, include: wide-open eyes, with the whites showing, flared nostrils and ears in a rigidly straight position. When the eyes are half closed, they are sleepy, tired or relaxed. But if the equine has one eye shut and the other open, have a veterinarian check if there is a medical issue. If a horse keeps shifting their body weight between different legs, walks round and round the stable, or bites wooden objects, we know they are bored. We should do something to cheer our friend up. These specialists say communication between a horse and a human is most harmonious when there is deep mutual respect. Beyond the physical level, many telepathic animal communicators have reported that horses are highly-developed, sensitive readers of the human mind.