Clicker Training

Clicker training refers to a new method of teaching behavior using a "yes" signal or conditioned reinforcer, to tell the horse precisely when it has done something right. The "click" in clicker training refers to a small plastic noise maker, similar to a child's toy cricket.



An Introduction to Clicker Training

Introducing your horse to a Clicker: Targeting

Shaping Behaviour in Small Steps

Seven Steps to Establishing a Behaviour

The Seven Games

Repetitions

Getting Familiar with the Clippers

Learning to Learn

The Click that Calms

Improving Gaits Through Clicker Training

To Rome Via the Scenic Route

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