Category Archives: Lessons Learnt

What’s My Job?

I’ve just had another a-ha (or doh!) moment. Horses need to know their job, what you’re asking them for, and what you expect, and this helps them to keep calm – of course, I know this. But it seems (like … Continue reading

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Clarity, Clarity, Clarity!

I’ve been having a bit of a lightbulb moment about how ”woolly” my clicks can be – brought about by recent comments on Clix College and also because I’ve just read Karen Pryor’s ”Reaching the Animal Mind” (brilliant book – … Continue reading

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Getting One Horse out of the Field

This video shows how much easier it is for me to get one horse out of the field while the other stays in. Maurice will back up from a “pointed finger” cue and stay put to eat his reward, and … Continue reading

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