Saturday, January 30, 2010

Clicker Training Ears and Bridling

The owner says: Reese has never been great about having his ears touched, which I realized is a whole in his training I should have addressed a long time ago. This past winter, with his heavy winter curly coat coming in, his halter was a bit snug and it must have pulled on his hair around his ears and caused discomfort. Suddenly he wanted nothing to do with that halter going over his ears. He can snake his neck pretty darn good and knocked me down a few times. It was a situation that had gotten out of hand, but I just couldn't conquer it completely after months of trying. Then someone suggested to me to try Clicker Training. The results were amazing. Here is a clip after just 3 sessons of 10-15 min. each.

Getting To Yes Book Reviews

Sharon Foley's clicker training book, Getting To Yes, is listed on's site, for book reviews:

Read about and review "Getting To Yes"

Let's see if we can get some clicker training to post reviews about Sharon's book!

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Clicker Train Horse Showing Tricks

This horse plays tambourine, blow the horn, and have you seen a "polo" pony? Not one that is ridden in polo, but one who actually hits the ball with a mallet?

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Clicker Training Camels

Although this video is not specifically about horses, it gives us some tips on clicker training; for example, using a treat that the animal likes.

Sunday, January 3, 2010

The Natural Horsemanship Part of Clicker Training

Radio Show with Gwen Santagate and Leslie Pavlich:

More courses:

Saturday, January 2, 2010

Nutribit / Clicker Training Horses

A new bit and headstall delivers "treats" to your horse while under saddle: