In this video I explain five tricks that you can train to your horse: count, smile, grab that, follow, backwards. All tricks are based on positive reinforcem…
The horse said softly: If you give me banana peel again, I give him a kick!
I think it would be safe for you to teach him a new trick: stay out of my
my horse has learnd all the tricks he just likes to start smiling as soon
as he sees me so its nolonger a trick it more of an instinked
I really appreciate your kind, fun, and gentle approach to training your
horse to do tricks. My only concern is that some horses may get a bit nippy
in anticipating the food reward. How do you suggest preventing or
correcting a nippy horse please?
Thank you so much!
what if your horse doesn’t like treats
Oh I loved this!
If a horse is being mean wat could u do to make him stop
Did anyone else notice the horse was hard in the second clip?
that would be HARD to teach your horse ;-)
my horse doesn’t smile, could grab or follow me and i have watched this
vid so many times i could remember it backwards!! help! if i cant find a
talent in him mt parents will sent him to the doggers! he is a 14 year old
I like this video
I love that crunching sound.
i never use food with my horse training lol
I love your videos!! I want to train my mare to do what you do with Jay!!
Your horse is beautiful! Seems so smart. He has a lot of personality!
why is your horse’s “private thing “so long?
positive reinforcement is very important but you shouldn’t always give him
a treat or he will become pushy like the horse in the video. Evertime he
does anything that resembles a trick he leaps towards her for a treat. That
isn’t good because he isn’t respecting your space and is becoming nippy. He
is much bigger than you and can easily hurt you on accident because of his
larger size. So treats are good but he should learn to do tricks without
during all this training the horse had a boner !
Love it so cool! now when I get my horse I can teach him/her a few tricks.
Questions: What breed is your horse in this video
You might want to teach him to stay out of your space.
WOW so many comments in here I want to like! You are right about positive
re-enforcement but you are teaching your horse to do everything based on
food! Treats are good, don’t get me wrong, but your horse should trust you
enough to want to do these things when you ask whether a treat is involved
or not. It is a relationship, and like any relationship, it requires trust.
Every time you walk your horse he is going to try to cross over, get in
front and grab for food. Not a good thing. What you are doing isn’t
This girl needs to watch a bit of Warwick Schiller!
What Breed Is Your Horse?
Hi, i tryed some tricks and it worked easily – just like in most other
cases here. but i had the same problem: how to stop them? i started with
one of our mares. she is so absolutly “shy” (or say it as it is: she
doesn’t trust people since this summer, not even me – don’t know what
happend with all the people passing her field) she startet to follow me, to
gently count and got backwards. the problem: she just continues to ignore
me when i come without “goodies”. even worse: my lovely boy allways eager
to learn new stuff. he loves counting and now – he just count. whatever it
is that i want – he counts. i needed to be very pacient, i got it mostly
under control. i think your tricks are nice, but one need to do a lot more
and spend much more time with them, so that they won’t get out of control
Is he a Friesian Sport horse? Great upload.
what if you have a stubborn horse that some times doesn’t want to do stuff
if it a gurl gud gurl
whats yoiur horses name?
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