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The first of series of clicker training clinics at Blue Barn EC for 2012. Whether you are already clicker training or want to get started, this clinic will help you achieve what you hope to achieve, and more. Amanda will help you set realistic goals and teach you how to break exercises down in to tr…
1696 days ago
Blue Barn EC, Ashford, Kent, United Kingdom
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Whether you are already clicker training or want to get started, a private lesson with Amanda will help you achieve what you hope to achieve, and more. She will help you set realistic goals and learn how to break exercises down in to trainable pieces. "Positively teaching you and your horse the clas…
1726 days ago
Ely, Ely, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
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Whether you are already clicker training or want to get started, a private lesson with Amanda will help you achieve what you hope to achieve, and more. She will help you set realistic goals and learn how to break exercises down in to trainable pieces. "Positively teaching you and and your horse the …
1773 days ago
Kent, Surrey, Sussex, Kent, Surrey, Sussex, United Kingdom
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* Duration: 6 consecutive weeks * Instructor: Amanda Martin This clicker training course is designed to get you started with clicker training and on to the foundation lessons. We will cover how to charge the clicker, finding appropriate and meaningful ways to reward your horse and get you going with…
1701 days ago
Clicker Training College, Online, United Kingdom
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Learn about clicker training, see it in action at this great demo by Clicker Training Specialist, Amanda Martin. Learn how clicker training works, why it works and how you can apply it to training for day-to-day basics right through to high school dressage moves. This demo will show you how to get s…
1774 days ago
Canterbury, Kent, United Kingdom
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Stopping a Clicker Training Session When To End a Clicker Training Session   When to stop a training session is a great question and one that crops up a lot.  The answer is not so easy, as with everything horsey, the answer is “it depends”. What Does it
Amanda_Martin · 1783 days ago

Clicker Training with S.M.A.A.R.T. Horses Horse Behaviour With Amanda you will learn how to read horse body language (horse behaviour), interpret what this means, then make positive changes to your day-to-day interactions and your training accordingly.  
Amanda_Martin · 1783 days ago
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