He became an enthusiastic over-achiever. What your Horse Wants You to Know by Gincy Self Bucklin. When I first wrote this section, there were very few clicker resources especially for horses out there so I listed them all. Some of the activities are set up to help dogs deal with the distractions of other dogs. Horse Owners Guide to Natural Hoof Care by Jaime Jackson. No Hassle, Full Refund Return Policy! All orders are dispatched as swiftly as possible! It adds variety to your training routine, and also helps strengthen your relationship.
If you are interested in learning more about Karen, she now has her own website,. Did you know that Karen is herself now learning to ballroom dance? If you are new to clicker training and are still struggling with making the mental shift of training for positives, this is a great book to read. This is the second book in her series. A collection of stories about animal intelligence and creativity. Lessons in Lightness - Mark Russell - This is another book that I use as a regular reference. There is nothing more joyous for dog owners than to see their dog's excitement and joy as they enjoy a special new toy.
I recommend all of Sylvia Loch's books if you are interested in dressage and classical riding. We are thrilled that Alexandra Kurland will be sharing her knowledge and insights once again at , and appreciate that she has taken time to give us a glimpse of some of that wisdom today. She has a very clear and articulate writer and explains how your weight and aids affect the horse. Used items may contain, highlighting, writing, and other previous signs of use. All pages are intact and the cover is intact.
It includes topics such as the Creative Dolphin and other fun training experiments. The book is divided into sections on students, how to reach them, common misconceptions and assumptions they might have, and how to decide what you want them to learn the bigger picture beyond teaching the dog to sit. Similar to her previous book, this one looks at training issues under saddle and rider fixes. The first part is recommended resources. Racinet Explains Baucher by J. Clicker Training for Your Horse by Alexandra Kurland author.
Work in Hand I: a video by Bettina Drummond. Clicker Training for Your Horse by Alexandra Kurland 9781890948351. Journal of a Student Taking up the Reins — Priscilla Endicott I really enjoyed this book as an account of what it is like to be a new student again, even after riding for many years. You are making that happen. Solo Schooling — Wendy Jago. She does have a section in the beginning on the basics of clicker training and her philosophy but if you want to know more about the science behind clicker training, you will want to find some additional reading.
He does use different rein mechanics than Alex and there are some other differences, but overall, I think it is helpful. Our wonderful technology is going viral at last! Indy, a six year old half arabian gelding came to me in June for training. Clicker Training: Colt Starting the Natural Horse by Leslie Pavlich. It builds on many of the exercises in the Step-by-step book and shows how to teach an inverted, stiff and tense horse into a soft, willing and confident riding partner. Also thank you for mentioning her website. For t he Rider Rider Biomechanics Ride from Within by James Shaw: Alexandra Kurland uses a lot of his exercises in her clinics to teach riders to access parts of their bodies and to teach them how to move their bodies in fluid and powerful ways. I could really relate it to trying to reprogram my horse habits as a clicker trainer.
I found it helpful and it was actually a pretty interesting read. So how do you actually begin to teach this to a horse? Brand New, Perfect Condition, Please allow 8-18 business days for delivery. Learn about the natural hoof in wild horses and how trimming and shoeing techniques can interfere with the natural functioning of your horses feet. Great introduction to clicker training I got to this book, or more specifically to Karen Pryor, while doing some research on training methodology effectiveness. This one focuses on more advanced work such as piaffe and airs above the ground.
Lads before the Wind — Karen Pryor: if you are interested in how trainers work in real life, this account of Karen's work with dolphins will interest you. If the training is equally as effective, and I don't have too act like a jerk, it's win for me. Sometimes reading about using clicker training from a different perspective can promote more creative thinking or sometimes it can just help with understanding that the basic principles of clicker training apply to all animals and all training situations. She also teaches the owners some ways to help their dogs learn to calm down through various relaxation protocols. Culture Clash — Jean Donaldson. I find it helpful to read about how other people overcome difficulties. No Hassle, Full Refund Return Policy! Those dog books that are included here are listed because I think the trainer's insight, philosophy or understanding of training makes them worth reading, regardless of what kind of animal you are training.
DeliveryHow long will it take my books to arrive? Training: educating green and young horses , these books show methods that are compatible with clicker training Bringing up Baby by John Lyons. In her talk, Karen Pryor shares some of the current projects and personalities she is working with, including: a conductor who wants to make rehearsals more efficient and music education less punitive, doctors bringing shaping and reinforcement instead of yelling into the training of interns and residents in hospitals, psychiatrists using our tools to manage extremely challenging mental disorders, and a clicker-savvy mom making life more bearable for the parents of children with autism. Cover and pages may be creased and show discolouration. Her work with dolphins in the 1960s revolutionized animal training by pioneering and popularizing force-free training methods based on operant conditioning and the conditioned reinforcer. There is a lot of good information in here.
Seeing the similarities and differences between training different sports and activities can also generate some novel thinking about how I might approach any current training projects. It took three sessions before he finally got the connection between touching the cone and getting grain. I've found this works really well in part because it is outside the horse's normal training program. All orders are dispatched as swiftly as possible! For him to master learning to walk in a straight line in time to the music required new miracles of coordination. And if you have a question about a clicker training book that is not listed here, feel free to email me and ask about that too.