A group of people arrived with their horses for the first of my 2012 Clicker Weekends, which run throughout summer. It was a great weekend, with lovely people and horses and we worked on a huge range of behaviours, which was lovely to see and learn from!
Most of the people who came had been coming to my dismounted winter clicker days, so it was brilliant and very exciting for them to come for the weekend and bring their own horses! There was such a range and we worked on all sorts of different things. Everyone learned loads from watching others work as well as making great progress with their own horses!
With Seamus, we worked on his fear of tractors. Rachael did a brilliant job working with Seamus to teach him that tractors really aren’t that scary and can actually be FUN! Another Rachel did a marvelous job driving the tractor around.
Helen and Frecks worked on teaching him to line up at the mounting block and also improving his lunging.
Rachel and Roisin showed us some beautiful in-hand work and the importance of exactly where you place your hands and body! An inch or 2 really does make a difference…!
Thanks for making it a great weekend, everyone! You can see all the photos here.