Peggy Hogan Bio
Like many people, Peggy loves animals and has a passion for training. She currently owns 5 minis, 2 full sized horses, and 3 parrots. Learning from clicker trainers of other species, Peggy investigated ways to add more shaping, capturing, luring, and targeting to her program and she experienced how horses would learn complex behaviors freely if given the choice.
Peggy currently teaches, gives clinics, offers online courses and generously shares knowledge of Clicker Training. Peggy has also been a speaker at Clicker Expo every year since 2013 and is thrilled to be presenting at Clicker Expo in 2019. Her goal is to learn how to better share this amazing technology with people in the horse community.
What we will cover in the class
- Common concerns expressed to beginner clicker trainers and how these can be addressed.
- How to safely add food to the mix (including when hand feeding)
- Using liberty training to your advantage
- Movement behaviors – what they are & how to train them
- Auto behaviours – what they are & how to train them
- Working with multiple horses
- Getting creative with your shaping
- Cue sessions vs shaping sessions
- The importance of cues – what cues are & when to add them
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Hannah Clifford says
Thanks for a great conversation! Loved the video examples & am feeling inspired to go out and train some horses!