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post #21 of 107 Old 02-24-2012, 09:35 AM
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IME a lot of 'gurus' & instructors are like that
loosie, I guess you just haven't been lucky. Most I met were very open-minded, also a lot still take lessons from other trainers (like eventing trainers take lessons with dressage trainers, dressage trainers go to clinics and symposium with those world-known ones, etc.). Although I agree some are indeed "my way or highway" (and I very much dislike that).

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post #22 of 107 Old 02-24-2012, 09:37 AM
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What is so cool about doing it in 1st place? I just don't get it.

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No, Parelli for eg doesn't have a wide following. In other walks, KC La Pierre & the likes doesn't either.
Are you agreeing with me? I can't be sure.....
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Sod his beliefs... he can keep them. The only thing I will take from him is his arena. Stained glass windows! In a manege! Stained glass!
Yep. Other than that, sod him.
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Honestly, if I was going to baroque all the way, I'd go to Bent Branderup.
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post #26 of 107 Old 02-24-2012, 10:24 AM
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You can find a video on youtube where his stallion is 'asked' to rear up. But in doing so when coming down, the stallion literally almost bites off his head.......

A couple months later he had announced he is not riding his horses anymore (not even for the fifteen minutes as he has preached about before), due to the pain and strain it puts on the horse's back.

I personally believe he stopped riding not because the horses were in 'pain'. But simply because they have become too dangerous for him to handle since he disagrees in any disipline action toward them for dangerous behavior.....
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I agree that he is very "offbeat". However, I believe there are gems of wisdom to be found in the most unusual places. There are some snippets to be learned from a person who can ride a horse this way;



Sometimes you just have to wade through a lot of rantings to find these gems.
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I've seen claims that the photos in which he rides in a classical dressage manner with a bridleless horse are actually manipulated and the bits and bridles have just been erased in a professional way. I've also seen some of the photos, but I can't seem to find them now as they are mostly posted in Russian sites and I can't write in Russian to make a good search.

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I agree that he is very "offbeat". However, I believe there are gems of wisdom to be found in the most unusual places...
I'd rather find someone whose gems aren't hidden in so much poop...
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I've seen claims that the photos in which he rides in a classical dressage manner with a bridleless horse are actually manipulated and the bits and bridles have just been erased in a professional way..
That wouldn't surprise me at all.
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