Monthly Archives: February 2014

How we view the “fallout” of training

I am very glad to see that people are increasing their observational skills so that they can see and notice when a horse is frustrated by the training process. This is amazingly good news for the horse. I would like … Continue reading

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How the past affects our cues

I’m currently running an online course on cues and something happened today¬†with McKee and Handsome¬†that was so timely I just had to share. When I performed the dance routine “Gotta Go Feed the Horses” with the minis, I had a … Continue reading

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Creative thinking in horses

Probably most of you who know me, know I have a clever little horse named McKee. His antics always make me laugh and today was no different. I was going to teach a lesson to a young boy. I was … Continue reading

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