Clicker Training Horses home
- When tricks “out-trick” fear.
- I so wish
- The Wildfire Diaries – Emergency recalls.
- The Wildfire diaries – when the conditions change the horses change.
- The Wildfire Diaries – horse training lessons learned from a crisis
- A QUICK GUIDE TO: Positive Reinforcement
- The Beginning
- Reflections on the Stamford Expo.
- It’s all about shaping
- Are you teaching your horse to brace?
- SHAPING IS AN ARTFORM
- Trained to endure or trained to participate?
Tag Archives: natural Horsemanship.
If someone said “We need to scrutinize the effect of every single item we use in our interaction with a horse, whether it be a halter, saddle or bridle,” I would whole-heartedly agree. In fact I would probably expand on … Continue reading
As a trainer I’ve had my share of wake-up calls. By that I mean either the delightful “ah-ha” moments when an idea or concept suddenly makes sense, or the other type of events based on experience, so called “learn burns” … Continue reading
What I teach is more important than showing a horse how to do a few tricks. The message I am delivering in regards to using shaping, capturing and targeting to teach your horse behaviors has far-reaching implications. For example, one … Continue reading
For those of you who are new to my blog and clicker training horses, I’d like to invite to take a look at a term which, in my mind, has done more to undermine the horse/ human relationship than just … Continue reading
I was at a clinic once and watched a natural horsemanship trainer work with a horse who wanted to do something different than what the trainer wanted. The trainer said, “The way I deal with this is to make the horses dream … Continue reading
TRAINING A BACK-UP One of the most important behaviors I train is backing. It’s also a behavior that MOST people train early on. There are a gazillion trainers with as many methods that are teaching people to train their horses … Continue reading