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Category: Clicker Training



Lucky At Liberty

For me, liberty work encapsulates the very essence of the connection which is possible between us and our horses. To achieve beautiful balance and collection at liberty is the epitome of what can be achieved within our horse-human communications. Alexandra Kurland has brought a … Continue reading

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One-2-One Lessons

Classical Equitation and Clicker Training Lesson Dates Based in the East of England, Jo travels all over the UK to teach clinics and lessons. An experienced teacher/trainer of classical equitation and clicker training, Jo has trained her horses using the principles of classical equitation … Continue reading

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Moving onto Variable Schedules of Reinforcement

Following on from the previous post on ‘Maintaining Behaviours’, I am delighted to be able to share a brilliant post from Katie Bartlett, a very experienced US clicker trainer, which she posted on Alexandra Kurland’s The Click That Teaches group outlining some solutions to try if we … Continue reading

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Maintaining Behaviours (Schedules of Reinforcement)

Must we click a specific behaviour forever? We’ve done our reading up about Clicker Training and we like what we are hearing about the communication and relationships it can produce and aid between two species and so we have decided … Continue reading

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Pedestals – The Panoramic View!

Building emotional control, body awareness and trust Spring is officially here in the UK! It’s beautiful, warm and the sun just has this amazing way of lifting ones spirits after the long and very cold winter we have had this … Continue reading

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The ‘A’ Test

When I accidently stumbled across clicker training a number of years ago, I had no idea that it would be the key to unlocking the door to the depths of my difficult horse’s soul. Since then, my mare has developed into … Continue reading

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An Interview with Alexandra Kurland

Clicker Training in the Equine World: An Interview with Alexandra Kurland By Julie Gordon on 12/01/2010 “Alexandra Kurland has been training horses and teaching since the mid-1980s. In the early 1990s, after reading Karen Pryor’s Don’t Shoot the Dog, Alexandra headed … Continue reading

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Introducing Philippa and Ozzie

Equi-libre Horses would like to welcome Philippa and Ozzie to the journey towards bitless balance, lightness and freedom. We hope you enjoy reading about their progress, experiences and life changing moments along the way. Ozzie Ozzie is my first horse … Continue reading

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How we really learn… explained simply!

Ever wondered how we and our horses, dogs and cats really learn new things? Some behaviours our animals offer us are great; especially when they are helpful or useful and make our lives quicker and easier but what about the truly irritating … Continue reading

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Jaw Releases

A big thank you to everyone who has signed up to receive notification of new blogs and posts from Equi-libre Horses! As anyone who has studied classical dressage (French as opposed to German) will know…the release of the jaw is … Continue reading

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