Introduction
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Remember what I said at the very beginning of the last section. When I get a new gadget, I don't want to read a complicated set of instructions before I can use it. I want to go right out and give it a try.  

Well you're almost ready to do just that. In this section we're finally going to head out to the barn and introduce your horse to the clicker. There's just a bit of preliminary set up to go through first to insure that this is a positive learning experience for both of you. 

So in this section we're going to look at a Get ready, Get set, Go set-up for clicker success.
Get Ready
Basic Clicker Skills
Get Set
Setting up the first lesson
Go!
The first lesson
Getting Started 
with the Clicker
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Contents
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Section One
Get Ready: The Eight Step Plan
Before you head out to your horse there are some basic skills you'll want to have already in place. Individually each one is easy. If you were to glance ahead at the list, you might be thinking - "why do I need to bother with this? I want to be in the barn playing with my horse."

Clicker training is easy. But then so is patting your head. And so is doing circles on your stomach. But we all know the cliche - what happens when you try to do both at the same time? It can take a bit of practice before that becomes an easy task.  

That's just like these clicker skills. Each one is easy. The trick is putting them all together to create smooth, fluid handling so your focus can be on your horse, not on your hands.
Part Two: Getting Started with the Clicker: Section 1
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The Clicker Center
Intro
Part 2