Diamond Haltering 6-14-17

This morning, while I was filling up Diamond’s hay net, I heard something that sound like a horse getting on a trailer.  Sure enough, Diamond had done just that.  And this time I had my phone on me so that I could zip around the side of the barn and take a picture.  There’s nothing on the trailer for her to eat.  The hay bags are too low for her.  I think.  I’m just pleased that she’s totally at home on the trailer.

We also practiced haltering some more and, again, I’m very pleased with her progress.  In case you can’t tell, Diamond is letting me know that she’s ready for the next repetition by kind of hugging me with her head.

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About Laurie Higgins

I play with clicker training - with my horses, dogs, and cats. I also attempt to grow vegetables with the hope of one day being able to feed my family from my garden. My daughter and I are learning ballroom dancing. Well, we were. But she left me for a paying horse job, so now my husband and I are learning ballroom dancing. I'm also now helping Peggy Hogan, of Clicker Training Horses (and The Best Whisper is a Click) to teach people how to train their own horses using "clicker training".
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