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post #1 of 6 Old 10-03-2012, 05:02 AM Thread Starter
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Few Simple Tricks

Hope you enjoy this. Why does she always go after the camera?

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Is this your horse? do you think you could explain how you taught them to your horse? I've been teaching tricks to my horse. I'd love to teach him new ones. i love the head shake....

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That was cute!
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Sure and thank you she is mine. I think I was lucky on the head shaking, she shook her head and I said "disagree" and gave her a treat and she connected it right away. You could get your horse to shake his/her head by maybe tickling their ear maybe even us a feather touch the inner ear I think they would shake and having a cue word and treat they should be able to connect it. Whatever works haha.

For the hoof shake I just pick up her feet and say shake. move on to tapping and she lifts leg on her own, afterward she got the idea when I say shake to give me her leg. But as you can see, she is very spoiled and makes me do most of the work getting it.

For smile, if you have something that smells odd like and onion or cologne. I think that will trigger the flehmen reaction and you can say "smile" and give a treat. You don't have to use treats if you don't want to. "good girl" or a pat will suffice but I find she picks up things super quick if treats involved.

hope I explained it well.

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Super cute! She's a smart girl

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That's so cute how she shakes and smiles at the same time haha

Why don't we talk over here about tricktraining, everyone who wants too
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I'd love to share ideas and tips with eachother

Sorry! Bad english.. feel free to correct me (:
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