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  • Parelli knock offs
  • Cheap horse tools

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    10-12-2012, 09:49 PM
My carrot stick is a long thin willowy branch. A horse can feel a fly and because the willow is so light it's like leading an orchestra and directing the dance. For a little more "tap" I use the middle with the end diffusing the touch. To ramp up the energy moving the willow quickly back and forth causes the end to sing which prompts the horse to step lively. The price has a great deal of appeal, free.
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    10-18-2012, 01:03 PM
Parelli tools are expensive, but they last forever. I have had my same halters/ropes for over 10 years, they are still in great shape, but have been well used. I have also used knock-off tools, but they are not the same.

As for training material, IMO the best parelli investment is the original western horseman natural horsemanship book... available online for $10-20. If you really want to go big, try to get your hands on the original L1 Partnership package. Pretty much everything else is high priced and prettily packaged, but filled with mostly fluff, not substance.

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