Stimulations, Situations and Reactions
Harry had only been backed the previous year, so was not an experienced horse. But he had proved to be reliable, calm and co-operative, and
The first question is why do we need anything other than the customary practice we’ve built up over the years? And the answer would be that many of those practices are remnants of a past that was radically different from today.
As an equine behaviourist one of the common reasons people contact me for help is separation anxiety – their horse isn’t coping when taken away
Despite many people using clicker training successfully on the ground with horses, people often feel confused by how how to apply it once on-board. I’ve