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Keyword: History of rewards

In training we human beings frequently focus on achieving specific lessons and goals, or in other words we tend to focus a lot on the final results we envision for our work with the horse. With this focus in mind we also frequently tend to...

Keyword: Rate of rewards

Apart from the actual criterion for rewarding, or in other words the question about the specific behavioral response for which the horse receives a click and a reward, precise timing or marking accurately as well as an adequate rate of rewards are...

How to manage breaks

According to the type of horse, its training level and one’s own skills the number of necessary breaks during the course of each training session can vary significantly. It frequently helps to retreat from the actual endeavor, the work on the lesson...

Taking a break

Food is a big motivator for horses. So on one hand, it is really easy to train horses by the means of food rewards. On the other hand, it is really difficult to create a calm and relaxed atmosphere in training if food is present....