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Learning to Trust our Instincts

Do you trust what your instincts are telling you? I was tidying up my emails recently, and I came across an email I wrote quite some time ago now. I thought I would share it because I know how tough … Continue reading

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Horse Agility Accredited Trainer (HAAT)

Equi-libre Horses is delighted to announce that Jo Hughes has received her full accreditation as a Horse Agility Trainer (HAAT) As such, Jo is now available to teach and train Horse Agility as well as run and judge competitions. Jo can bring her Horse Agility … Continue reading

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Equi-libre Horses Coaching

Equi-libre Horses philosophy is to empower both horses and their owners with knowledge so they can become ethical and effective trainers themselves. We want to share what we have learnt in order to help others and their horses achieve a … Continue reading

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T’ai Chi Rope Handling Workshop in Cambridgeshire

Balance that Clicks! Date: Saturday 10th September Emotional and physical balance through tranquility and freedom for humans Equi-libre Horses is hosting a T’ai Chi Rope Handling get together in the beautiful outbuildings of an 800 year old manor house overlooking the river … Continue reading

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Dr Gerd Heuschmann Lectures, Demos and Clinics

Dr Gerd Heuschmann, world renowned expert on equine biomechanics and author of “Tug of War- Classical versus Modern Dressage” and the film “If Horses could Speak” will be visiting the UK from the 31st August – 3rd September 2011.  These days … Continue reading

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Trainers Ego

I would like to share a link to an article written by an inspirational clicker trainer. Tanya posted this to our clicker group recently. It resonated deeply with me since I was able to draw such parallels and align myself so completely with her words. Tanya has … Continue reading

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Insulin Resistance (IR) is a metabolic type, not a disease…

A huge thank you to Heather Richardson of Amberley Aromatics for kindly allowing me to publish her article on IR. Heather provides a fabulous service of balancing horses diets precisely to your individual hay and pasture analysis. This is the only way to be … 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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The Truth about Classical Riding

The Truth about Classical Riding written by Sylvia Loch “…The truth is there is nothing new or innovative about classical riding. It is about discipline and real understanding of how the horse is put together, both morphologically and psychologically. Classical … 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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