Trainer/Director - Outback Equines
About the instructor
Hayley's Qualifications & Achievements
- Diploma Applied Science - Equine Studies
- RDA Level One Coach (Riding for the Disabled)
- Introductory General Coach EA (Equestrian Australia)
- Trainee EA Level One General Coach
- NHAA Level Two Horse Archery Instructor - National Horse Archery Association
- Certificate in Dog Training & Behaviour (National Dog Trainers Federation)
Hayley is an accomplished professional horsewomen specialising in:
- Training difficult horses
- Starting young horses
- Float loading
- Clicker & positive reinforcement training
- Combined Reinforcement
- Trick horses
- Liberty horse training
- Bareback / Bridle-less riding
- Advocate and experienced in bitless riding
- Trained to Elementary/Medium dressage
- Jumped to D grade level show jumping
- Performance displays in horsemanship, trick and clicker training throughout events in South East Queensland
- Holistic Horsemanship - incorporating health, nutrition, and muscle performance into a training regime
- Dog Training - Qualified NDTF (National Dog Trainers Federation) Certificate in Dog Training & Behaviour - agility, trick training, beginner - advanced obedience, puppy pre-schools, behaviour modification, basic assistance dog training, complex skill training.
Outback Equines trains using ethical humane methods backed by science and is ever evolving with the latest research and studies. www.outbackequines.com
Theory in Horsemanship - The Principles of Learning
- The Principles of Learning - Theory in Animal Training
- What is Behaviour?
- Thresholds for Behaviour & Categories of Behaviour
- The ABC's of Behaviour
- The Motivation Matrix
- Modifying / Eliminating Unwanted Behaviour
- Classical Conditioning
- Operant Conditioning
- What is Flooding?
- What is Learned Helplessness?
- What is an Extinction Burst?
- The 10 Principles of Equine Learning (ISES) Poster
- Foundation Horsemanship Video One - Theory
- What is Clicker Training - Live Video from the Equine Action QLD Event 2017 FREE PREVIEW
- Foundation Horsemanship - Video Two - Equipment Choices, Tying a Rope Halter and Tying up your horse, Teaching the Back up, Teaching the Park
- Foundation Horsemanship - Video Three - Lateral Flexion, Picking up the hooves safely
- Foundation Horsemanship - Video Four - Yielding the Hindquarters & Yielding the Forequarters
- Foundation Horsemanship Series - Video Five - Beginning Circle Work and Facing up
- Foundation Horsemanship Series - Video Six - More circle work and facing up, Trouble-shooting, Starting Desensitisation
- Foundation Horsemanship Series - Video Seven - Desensitisation to a variety of stimuli
- Foundation Horsemanship Series - Video Eight - Giving to rope pressure and Unwind the Bind
- Foundation Horsemanship Series - Video Nine - Circle work, starting the canter, shaping the canter
- Foundation Horsemanship Series - Video Ten - Leading from the shoulder, Advancing your horsemanship with obstacles
- Foundation Horsemanship Series - Video Eleven - Circle work, change of direction without stopping
- Foundation Horsemanship Series - Video Twelve - Teaching the Side Pass
- Foundation Horsemanship Series - Video Thirteen - Challenging your horsemanship skills & Teaching your horse to 'target'
- Foundation Horsemanship Series - Video Fourteen - Moving up and Down the Paces on the circle & the Importance of Poles/Cavaletti
- Foundation Horsemanship Series - Video Fifteen - A holistic approach to horsemanship - what else can inhibit your success with your horsemanship?
- Foundation Horsemanship Series - Video Sixteen - Problem Solving and Difficult Behaviours
- Lesson Plan One