equine clicker training

using precision and positive reinforcement to teach horses and people


Are you looking for a better way to train your horse?

Do you want to improve your relationship with your horse?

Would you like to learn how to train your horse with positive reinforcement?

Clicker training is a safe and effective way to use positive reinforcement to teach your horse all the behaviors he needs and build a strong relationship at the same time.  Your horse will learn faster because he is actively trying to learn what you are trying to teach him and you are working together toward a common goal.

If you are new to this site, here are some of the more popular series. You can click on the CAPTIONS (not picture) to go to the first page of the series.

There are lot of other articles available under the ARCHIVES, BLOG, and ARTICLES menus. I have articles on most aspects of clicker training from husbandry behaviors to riding. You can use the search bar at the bottom of this page to find specific topics. Unfortunately, it does not include the ARTICLES page in searches, so you might want to check there by topic if you don’t find what you are looking for.

If you want a more comprehensive linear guide to getting started with clicker training, or want to take a more in-depth look at some topics, I’ve also written a book that covers the basics of clicker training as well as some more advanced techniques. The book, “Teaching Horses with Positive Reinforcement,” is available as both an e-book and a paperback through Amazon. The tab for “The Book” contains pictures and additional material to accompany the book.

What’s new in my blog:

  • What can I train? Z is for …
    What can you do with clicker training? Sometimes we are limited by traditional thinking or just need some new ideas. In this A to Z series, I’ll be sharing ideas for things to train. I’ve trained some, but not all of them, and will share links to resources for more information whenever possible. I hope this list inspires you and you can’t wait to go out and teach some new […]