Comes complete with Clicker to get you started! This is a three hour DVD which teaches you how to introduce your horse to the clicker and describes how to achieve good foundation behaviours to have a mannerly horse.
Does your horse barge over the top of you? Fidget and dance when you groom him? Spook at his own shadow? Lesson 2: Ground Manners” shows you how to solve these and other common ground problems. In the process you’ll be laying the foundation for upper-level performance work.
Head lowering can be such a transforming exercise for many horses. Most of us know that horses tend to be calmer when their heads are down. This lesson does more than just calm a horse down. It helps to put an end to barging, rearing, bullying behaviour. It develops emotional control and stabilizes the good behavior we want. It is a key foundation lesson for all advanced training.
Lesson 4: Stimulus Control will show you how to teach cues, and how to use them to create a mannerly, focused, happy horse. When you hear the word “respect”, think stimulus control instead.
The “Why would you leave me?” game will show you how to have your horse do excellent lateral work at liberty.
Teach your horse to stand in wonderful balance. This is the first step to having your horse bring balance to all his other work.
The “t’ai chi” style rope handling exercises featured in this DVD will improve your balance, help you develop a more secure riding position, and give you a better understanding of the lead rope as a communication tool.
by Alexandra Kurland
The step by step lessons presented in this dvd make it easy to teach your horse lateral work. Lateral work helps to steady your horse emotionally; it creates soft, rideable gaits; and it helps to maintain your horse’s soundness. Find out how to teach your horse lateral flexions using the Three-Flip-Three counted exercise in this two hour DVD presented by Alexandra Kurland.
Muska is a young Icelandic horse who developed a fear of saddles after a riding accident. Follow her lesson as we use the power of cues to remove her fear of saddles.
Lesson 10: Microshaping. Learning to see the Slightest Try
In the Microshaping lesson, you learned how to be a better visual obseerver. In this Microriding DVD you’ll learn how to be a better kinesthetic observer and learn how to become a grounded, connected, body aware, energised rider.
This 2 hour DVD teaches a basic safety lesson the creates reliable brakes without ever pulling back and blocking your horse’s spine.
This is a double DVD of 4 hours duration. It is a lesson that provides the essential steps for an amazing half-halt. Starting on the ground with in-hand work it leads to shoulder-in and haunches in in ridden work
Clicker training happens in a loop: cue leads to behaviour, leads to click, leads to reinforcement leads to behaviour…… This lesson shows how training can be structured in a loop. It explains how you know when to advance in your training and how to build complex chains of behaviour.
With nearly 6 hours of content in 3 DVDs, this is like a complete seminar that can be watched from the comfort of your own home.