Wow. I just found out that not every country has access to YouTube. In response to that, Mary from stalecheerios.com so graciously added a list of “Good Becoming Normal” videos from Vimeo. Thank you Mary!
Mary wrote: “I have some videos there and I know a few others have some clicker training videos. Not as many there as on youtube, though, unfortunately.
Here is my Nika learning the parelli friendly game at liberty:
And some others of me clicker training some of our horses:
Here is a video I love of a very creative horse playing with cones and rings: http://vimeo.com/258735
Judy Ryder has quite a few videos on vimeo:
As does Leslie Pavlich:
Search the site for “clicker horse” or “clicker training horse” and there are several other users with videos as well.”
Courtesy of the amazing Mary H.
In my ongoing quest to find and share examples of attraction-based training I found these two clicker trainers.
This trainer has 19 amazing videos on her YouTube channel. I love the videos teaching her horse to do belly crunches. A valuable exercise for any horse. http://www.youtube.com/user/AVotreSante2008#p/u
This trainer has a whopping 136 videos of wonderful videos sure to make you smile and say wow. http://www.youtube.com/user/Lucy04574#p/u
Here’s a look at my present experiment: Starting a horse using mostly attraction.
All of these video clips were shot on our third ride. The first two rides looked exactly the same. I put the videos in the basic order of the sequence that they were taught. My goal was to create in Raleigh’s mind a wonderful first and lasting impression of what it would be like to carry a rider. Continue reading