Group Presentations / Clinics
Group presentations are based on the latest scientific research and catered to individual needs/interests of participants as much as possible. Each participant will receive a binder filled with information on the subjects handled during the presentation. Some subjects can be taught hands on with horses present or a combination of theory and practical application.
Get a group of friends together, or some fellow boarders, club members etc. for a fun and educational presentation (max. 10 participants per presentation in order to give everyone the opportunity to ask follow up questions)
Subjects are catered to individual needs/interests of the participants as much as possible and at a level that is understandable for the group as a whole. Each subject can be chosen as a 30 min. or 60 min. session, where 30 minute sessions briefly touches on the subject and 60 min. sessions go a little deeper into the matter with the exception of Equine Learning Theory and Ration Balancing, which are 1 hour sessions minimum.
Interested? Give me a call, text or email and we can discuss your group's interests. 416-771-6818 or use the contact form.
Some ideas of subject to choose from:
Equine Learning Theory - The Cognitive Horse
Positive and Negative Reinforcement - The Art of Perfecting Your Timing
Equine Communication and Equine Senses - Get to Know Your Horse
The importance of Locomotion, Forage and Socialization
Social structure of feral horses applied to domestic horses - Optimal Group Structure
Clicker training theory - Fun for Human and Horse, Great for Perfecting Your Timing!
Clicker training in the saddle
Horse Behaviour, what is normal?
Behaviour Modification basics
Common undesired Horse Behaviour, causes and how to deal with it
Stereotypies and health consequences
Chronic stress and the effect on the horse (what causes it? you may be surprised!)
The equine digestive system - Background information to better understand the importance of nutrition
Horse nutrition - What to feed?
Ration balancing basics - How Much to Feed, What and How Often?
Water Balance and Electrolytes
Conditioning the horse
Or anything your group can think of.