It is possible to train your horse to do wonderful, amazing things and have fun at the same time.
We can show you how.
“We” is Trigger (that’s him in the picture), Bella (my trainee trick horse) and me, Jain.
I began teaching my horses to do tricks about 10 years ago. It all started because I had to find something for a very bored horse to do (he was recuperating from an injury).
I soon discovered trick training and found it was an excellent way to keep my smart horse occupied while his wound healed. The added benefits were he became super keen to learn and he really wanted to spend time with me!
I created this website to teach other horse lovers how to use trick training to develop the bond with their horses, in a way that is fun for everyone!
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Have fun! 🙂
Jain, Trigger & Bella
P.S. Even though all my training is lots of fun, it is still based on the scientific principles of how horses learn. Below is a list of training I have completed. (I consider myself a life-long learner so I will be adding to this list regularly).
My Horse & Animal Training
- Advanced Equine Behavior – University of Guelph
- Horse Training Management – Charles Sturt University
- Developing Behavior and Training Services – VetMed Team
- Effective Training Sessions – The Pet Professional Guild
- Creating Counter Conditioning & Desensitization Protocols – The Pet Professional Guild
- Targeted Targeting – The Pet Professional Guild
- Animal Behavior – Bob Bailey
- Clicker Training – Terry Ryan
- Liberty Clinic – Sylvia Zerbini
- Horsemanship Clinic – Hawkesbury Natural Horsemanship
- Horsemanship Clinic – Monty Roberts
- Horsemanship Clinic – Buck Brannaman
- Horsemanship Clinic – Dr. Deb Bennett, Ph.D.
- Living and Learning With Animals (Applied Behavior Analysis) – Dr. Susan Friedman, Ph.D. (currently studying)
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