The Joy of a Clicker Trained Horse

This week I’m posting a video of things that a lot of people don’t often associate with clicker training. They are not the cute tricks that most people associate horses and clicker work with.

However, for those of you who have been following my blog and articles you know that clicker work can do so much more, from trailer loading to bridling. In fact the next print article is all about getting your horse to bridle himself so keep an eye out for it, it is definitely one you don’t want to miss.

The short video for this week shows some of the things that clicker trainers come to regard as ‘normal’ and don’t see as something special, that is until we have to deal with a horse that is not clicker trained and suddenly realize that this lovely, soft, willing behaviour is not always the norm.

I hope you enjoy this glimpse into the everyday world of a clicker trainer and her horse.

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 photographs are provided by Sentient Equine and others


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The focus of my journey is now on trying to help reach the tipping point in positive, scientific based horse training. To bring science into the work, and training out of the dark ages. Having seen the joy that positive reinforcement training brings to both partners in the horse - human relationship over the past 17 or so years, there is no going back...


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