Kuggur schreef:De reden waarom ik hier snel bij afhaak is dat strenge uitsluiten van negatieve bekrachtiging.
Citaat:When you are out riding, or
doing your “normal” -R work, make it clear to the horse that you are in a very different mode —
the mode where he does NOT have a choice and is NOT expected to offer behaviors you didn’t
Citaat:Most riding involves -R, and Intrinzen is +R, how do you still RIDE?
Virtually everything we do in Intrinzen is ultimately about riding. It’s about helping the horses have an easier,
safer, happier, better experience carrying a rider. We do not make a big distinction between riding and ground
work. It’s all the same stuff for the horse doing this “work”, only sometimes the rider is up there
instead of on the ground. And because the horse has already mastered the movements on the ground, without
physical manipulation, there is no need for force from the rider. From the horse’s perspective, he’s just doing
the same thing he already knows but happens to have a rider on board. We do sometimes use pressure, and
we do sometimes use -R while riding, but mostly as a cue/clue, but ONLY for horses that are already clear
that they have the right to refuse. And we never use pressure to force the horse into complying
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