In this series I will be sharing 6 interesting facts I didn’t know about when I started using positive reinforcement in training animals. This is part 3. Some of these are common misunderstandings people have about clicker training while others are facts most equestrians don’t know at all. The goal of this blog is toRead more about 6 Things You Might Not Know About Clicker Training (3/6)[…]
The Key Lessons are my Key to Success in Equine Positive Reinforcement Training. One of my keys to success is Key Lesson Targeting. In this blog I will share the purpose and benefits of this basic exercise. Watch the videos in this blog. What does Key Lesson Targeting look like The horse learns to touchRead more about 4 Benefits of Teaching Your Horse to Target[…]
Teach your horse to put his nose into the halter himself. Win-win!
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)[…]
Here in Canada it is Winter again. Normally the climate is mild here in Vancouver, BC but this winter we’ve already had snow that’s lasted for almost two weeks. We all know that frozen pastures limit our horses ability to exercise themselves and horses generally are more spooky and more forward in cold weather conditions.Read more about Tons of Winter Training Ideas[…]