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This is the very first Clicker Training session with the 6yo palomino gelding called "Chips". We start with the horse behind a fence for safety while we teach them to keep their head away from the food and to take food rewards gently. We want...

April 2014 Update from Georgia Hi everyone :) 2014 has been a very busy year so far for me with clinics, lessons, demos and also moving house! I am currently in Speewah, far north Queensland and will soon be relocating to Woodford on the Sunshine Coast of QLD....

Hi Everyone! Well I have just returned from 3 full on weeks of clicker training clinics in NSW and VIC. I would really like to thank everyone involved in the clinics. Especially the following people who helped to organise the clinics, had me stay at their places and helped transport me to and from each clinic destination. Jan Tribe, Chrissie Johnson, Viv Turnor, Jan Sharp, Trish Kruse and Susie Walker. I would also like to thank everyone who turned up at the clinics as participants and spectators. The weather was not so great for the clinics, we had a lot of rain, wind, hail and freezing cold conditions. What impressed me was how keen everyone was to carry on with their lessons and use them as training opportunities. We certainly demonstrated that clicker training can help horses focus even in the most extreme weather conditions.