Horse Training (Page 2)

Evidence Based

de-spook horse training

Horses are flighty and suspicious by nature but they can also easily get used to (habituate to) things that would normally cause them fear. A thorough understanding of the behavioural science that explains the learning mechanisms which result in habituation has enabled Dr Andrew McLean from Equitation Science International, toRead More →

Dressage with learning theory

In Part 2 of this exclusive series, Manuela McLean makes sense of the current judging system against the backdrop of learning theory and the equitation science training scale,  helping you develop clear strategies to improve your horse’s dressage training and your next competition performance. Dressage judges play an important roleRead More →