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        11-10-2012, 01:27 PM
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    Just so no one is confused.... Clicker training is pressure and release of pressure combination too.
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        11-10-2012, 01:33 PM
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    Just so no one is confused.... Clicker training is pressure and release of pressure combination too.
    Yes thank you for clarifying that, the only difference is there's an additional reward beyond just the release of pressure.
         
        11-12-2012, 01:14 PM
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    First off all horses are not created equal but if you get the right horse and you have the ability and are prepared to put the right amount of experience & dedication into it then you can achieve pretty much anything.
    The things that people like Pignon, Nevzirov, Honza Blaha etc do with horses are impressive - but so are Circus Liberty acts. Peggy Hogan does some great stuff with her little minis, I agree with a lot of Hempflings philosophies, there are loads of people out there doing things like this with their horses and a lot of them are really young too
    I would never put any of them on a pedestal, some of them you can learn from but I mostly don't see it as a be all and end all to achieving a great relationship with your horse
         

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