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This video (in 2 parts) discusses how to disengage the horse’s hindquarters and halt. Presenter: Gary Stauffer and Monte Stauffer, UNL Extension Educators. This presentation was given at the 2007 Equestrian Academy at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
If you understand horses, you’ll be able to immediately see the differences in a ‘clicker horse’s gait and carriage. Even horses that have had a hard time in the past grasping basic performance behaviors can excel when clicker trained. There … Continue reading
Rumba the Wonder Horse performing the Grand Prix Dressage movements Piaffe and Passage at Liberty. (No ropes or reins attatched). Georgia Bruce trained Rumba using a combination of Clicker Training, Natural Horsemanship and Classical Dressage Training Techniques. Georgia has studied … Continue reading
Any good training program breaks it down to small comprehensible steps. This creates a series of successes for your horse. The end goal may be quite complex but the small steps are easier for your horse to process in the … Continue reading
When training new behaviors, or problem solving, the attitude is just as important as the end goal, Clicker training helps your horse to develop and maintain a good attitude throughout the learning process. Even when things get challenging!
www.HorseTraining.org presents Rumba the Wonder Horse performing tricks. Tricks include: Tamborine, Bike Horn, Coights, Croquet, Soccer, Fetch, Rear, Lie Down, Bow etc. For more info about horse training, trick horse training or clicker training see our website: www.HorseTraining.org
http://www.horsemart.co.uk a short demo on How to Clip Your Horse. Many thanks to the British Grooms Association for thier help in producing this guide, for more information on the BGA visit http://www.britishgrooms.org.uk