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Started this discussion. Last reply by Suzanne Mar 27, 2009.

 

The best "whisper" is a "click"

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Horse or pony breed
Full sized horses and miniature horses
What state or country are you from?
California
About Me:
Peggy fell in love with horses at age 3 when her sister put her on a pay-per-lap pony ride in Griffith Park, Los Angeles. Since those early days Peggy has devoted herself to the study of how to better communicate with all animals, but her passion remained with horses. Peggy's current goal is to share the steps of learning Clicker Training, and how to achieve a "Connection" through the unity of Clicker Training and Connected Riding. It is an exciting time for all horse owners and with Clicker Training, you will find the ordinary horse owner can achieve wonderful results that until now, were reserved for professional trainers.
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Moonshadow's first creek crossing ;-)


Posted on November 27, 2008 at 12:35am — 2 Comments

Trail Blazer Festival

Just got done doing 2 demos a day for the Trail Blazer Festival held here in Santa Barbara last Friday, Saturday and Sunday. It was a fantastic venue with LTJ, John Lyons, Peggy Cummings, me, and a whole bunch more. I was so proud of the guys as this was the culmination of several months work. Had to share a few photos. Thanks for letting me… Continue

Posted on November 19, 2008 at 8:57pm — 7 Comments

Hey look at me!!



Just had to share this photo of "Moonshadow," our most recent addition to my "little" herd. She's 5 months old and very playful as you can see. Her neck and head were trimmed before I got her, but that's OK, it'll keep her cooler during the fall (we usually have a hot spell in October...go figure).



"Moonie" has already had 4 days of clicker training and has learned to "make me scratch her" by standing still and facing forward. Pretty… Continue

Posted on September 16, 2008 at 10:38pm — 5 Comments

Look at all the babies!

Wow...with all the baby pictures it's a sure reminder of spring. What a wonderful group of photos. Thanks for sharing!

Posted on May 25, 2008 at 6:19pm

Mantra the blue eyed mini begins cart training.

Posted on May 8, 2008 at 11:00pm — 2 Comments

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At 8:51pm on January 4, 2009, Peggy Hogan said…
Hey Kathy,
I've got a nice but rustic handmade harness but it's missing a breechen. So I was trying to figure out if it was possible to try to match one to the harness.
At 6:15pm on January 4, 2009, Kathy Batchelor said…
whats your question , we sell many types of harness. what can we do you for. lol
At 3:58pm on September 19, 2008, Kathy Batchelor said…
thanks for checking out the site.
At 5:53am on June 27, 2008, tracy hilton said…
Hi Peggy, just want to thank you for your cd. I have been following the steps and sparky is enjoying him self, he picks things up really fast, he is a smart wee man and its great fun. Do you have the clicker with you only when giving him a lesson?
At 5:45pm on June 17, 2008, Peggy Hogan said…
Had a fun chance to "proof" my cues today. Every once in a while I sit on a barrel and give McKee verbal cues and see if he really understands the difference between my physical cues and verbal cues. It's a fun way to test what he knows.

For example, I'm sitting on the barrel and say "walk on." I don't care where he walks, I just want to know that he's responding to the verbal cue. If he does, I click. Then I move on to "back" or "circle" or "spin" or even backing in circles around the barrel.

At one point he was facing the barrel and I said "walk-on." He had to think it through, because if he walked forward, he'd have to climb the barrel. In this case he just took a step towards it, and sort of put his head by my lap LOL. So I asked again and he had to step out away and walk elsewhere.

To me this is a fantastic example of how horses can think and generalize. He KNOWS that "walk-on" means move forward....but we haven't learned right or left...so he tried his best to figure out where to go.

Anyway, I love this stuff....watching animals learn. Just wanted to share it.
happy clicking!
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At 6:40am on June 17, 2008, Kathy Batchelor said…
Peggy , have you seen Laurie as of late. and did you say Hi for me. She is such a nice gal , I sure hope things are going well for her. Playing polo with her was always fun.
At 3:40pm on June 15, 2008, Margaret said…
I don't know her, sorry. It has been a long time since I lived in Calufornia and when I did it was southern California, near Norco. I live in Texas, near Corpus Christi
At 12:38pm on May 26, 2008, Dixie said…
Hi Peggy,

How interesting that you live in Carpinteria. I used to live there too! We lived on Foothill Rd. between the high school and the polo field. I miss it terribly at times, the weather, the ocean, the horse activity and occasional trips into the Santa Ynez valley.
At 7:47am on May 23, 2008, pony gal said…
Okay, I will be sending out invites over the weekend and will post it to our main page for members. Thanks and will see you in chat on Wednesday. :)
At 10:43am on May 22, 2008, Peggy Hogan said…
Hey there,
Wed. is fine. Looking forward to it!
 
 
 

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