When you start clicker training your horse you might want to start with something fun and measurable. Key Lesson Mat training is an excellent exercise to start clicker training your horse. It’s a very simple exercise to train and easy to understand for your horse.What does Key Lesson Mat training look like?Your horse steps withRead more about 5 Benefits of Teaching Your Horse to Stand on a Mat[…]
Not too long ago I wrote a blog about the ‘boring basics‘ which appeared not to be boring at all! I realized that some equestrians maybe still consider basic exercises as ‘exercises’ or ‘basic’ while they can be so much more. I consider HippoLogic’s Key Lessons (Your Key to Success in Positive Reinforcement training) not basicRead more about Benefits of Key Lessons in Clicker Training (2/3)[…]
In this series I will explain how you can turn basic exercises into valuable training tools, HippoLogic’s Key Lessons (Your Key to Success in Positive Reinforcement Training)
When I started horse riding I started like all novice riders. My instructor taught me The Basics. I learned how to adjust the stirrup leathers and get in the saddle, to sit straight and what I had to do to transition from a halt to a walk and how to turn. Later on I learnedRead more about What is so exciting about the boring ‘basics’ in horse training?[…]
A few weeks ago I stumbled upon a dog trainers blog about using a calendar to keep track of your training days. It sounded really easy to implement and it would help you stay motivated to train your pet. It takes only 5 minutes each day.
All clicker trainers know that only 5 minutes of training a day can already have a huge impact on your horses behaviour after only a few weeks. I thought, let’s try it! Read more about How to Keep Track of Your Training (the easy way!) …