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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...

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...

Find connection in movement

Riding is a highly complex action; two completely different beings aim to become absorbed together in the harmonious intimacy of their movements. Ideally, the horse effortlessly carries the human being, and is not restricted in its natural quality of...

Treat points

It is important to deal with all the aspects of training with positive reinforcement in order to make use of the full potential of this method. The right timing is just as essential as the set-up of each exercise or an adequate frequency of rewards....

More fluency, please

Especially when thinking about higher-level lessons we picture a horse to ideally reach its highest level of elegancy; it should appear to effortlessly show the most difficult motion sequences with the greatest ease. Think of a really well performed...