Working with horses: Creating a positive experience – Valentina Kupresan-Jackson
DipEqSc, DipEqPsych, Equine Behavioural Sciences Institute
When broken down to its basic definition, the training of horses is essentially about promoting behaviours which we desire and are of value to us, while suppressing or eradicating behaviours which we find undesirable, in other words unwanted behaviours. In order to successfully achieve this, a trainer must know what behaviour is before they can begin to manipulate it. Behaviour is a process of actions and reactions performed by an individual in reaction to internal or external stimuli in context of the environment . . .
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