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Tension in clicker training

Training horses with treats can be satisfying and can lead to success. However, depending on your horse and the method you use, treats might also create excitement, tension, and stress. Your horse’s concentration and inner calm can be reduced if it...

The long search to identify the cause

A well-intentioned horse owner or trainer will search for the cause, and will not “blame” the animal alone if a horse surprises us with its reactions or its behavior. Yet, it is oftentimes difficult if not impossible to conclusively point out a specific...

My dream of a smile

It has often been a long, hard road for many of us to finally discover a piece of happiness. My piece of happiness is the discovery of positive reinforcement. I have subconsciously been longing for exactly this kind of communication with my horse for...

Chains of behavioral responses

It is a goal for many of us in focused training with positive reinforcement that our horse autonomously performs a chain of behavioral responses even if it is not rewarded for each partial response, and even if the trainer does not indicate the behavioral...

Two souls as one

What are we doing with our horses; is it serious work, structured training or free play? In any case, the key elements are our horse’s emotions and the way we feel. We do not want to show “the one and only way” but we want...