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post #51 of 245 Old 02-01-2013, 11:16 AM Thread Starter
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Thing is that HE IS NOT good at these things or riding. He needs to go back to riding 101 and learn all over again.
you know that he is a good rider, WHY can't you see that? All you do is look at the way he rides and find every thing bad about it and point it out!
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post #52 of 245 Old 02-01-2013, 11:20 AM
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you know that he is a good rider, WHY can't you see that? All you do is look at the way he rides and find every thing bad about it and point it out!

Yes that is the point there is a lot of bad to point out. Again to watch his RIDING not his tricks. Watch his hands and his legs and his seat. He is all over the place and his hands are like rocks at the end of the reins and he is pulling the horse around vs asking for the turn he is pulling the horse through the turn. I can watch the horse and not even him and can tell you what he is doing wrong as the horse is showing me.

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i wasn't talking about you, I really think your cool! Look earlier in the thread and you will see what I am mad about.
You quoted me and then started ranting. How was I to presume that was not directed at me specifically?

Really now, I've already said if someone's program works for you and your horse, do it. I'll continue to work and train by my own traditions, based on over 30 years of riding and owning horses.

Nobody knows it all. NOBODY. Not Pat Parelli, George Morris (although he's older than God), Walter Zettl, Clinton Anderson, Buck Brannaman, or any of the other BNTs. Anyone who thinks they know everything about horses is deluded. None of us will ever know it all. We can learn a lot, but never everything.

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You quoted me and then started ranting. How was I to presume that was not directed at me specifically?

Really now, I've already said if someone's program works for you and your horse, do it. I'll continue to work and train by my own traditions, based on over 30 years of riding and owning horses.

Nobody knows it all. NOBODY. Not Pat Parelli, George Morris (although he's older than God), Walter Zettl, Clinton Anderson, Buck Brannaman, or any of the other BNTs. Anyone who thinks they know everything about horses is deluded. None of us will ever know it all. We can learn a lot, but never everything.

Don't treat one BNT as if they're always right and everyone else is always wrong. All of them have something to offer, even if it's how NOT to do certain things.
oh sorry, lol I didn't mean to do that lol sometimes my computer acts up and does random things lol

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Yes that is the point there is a lot of bad to point out. Again to watch his RIDING not his tricks. Watch his hands and his legs and his seat. He is all over the place and his hands are like rocks at the end of the reins and he is pulling the horse around vs asking for the turn he is pulling the horse through the turn. I can watch the horse and not even him and can tell you what he is doing wrong as the horse is showing me.
Okay.. So please, post a video of you riding so we can point out YOUR flaws and tell you why you're a bad rider instead of saying how much of a good person or trainer.. Please do so
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You quoted me and then started ranting. How was I to presume that was not directed at me specifically?

Really now, I've already said if someone's program works for you and your horse, do it. I'll continue to work and train by my own traditions, based on over 30 years of riding and owning horses.

Nobody knows it all. NOBODY. Not Pat Parelli, George Morris (although he's older than God), Walter Zettl, Clinton Anderson, Buck Brannaman, or any of the other BNTs. Anyone who thinks they know everything about horses is deluded. None of us will ever know it all. We can learn a lot, but never everything.

Don't treat one BNT as if they're always right and everyone else is always wrong. All of them have something to offer, even if it's how NOT to do certain things.
THANK YOU for that comment!

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You go first Nokota, since you're claiming you can tell who is or isn't a great rider.

Nrha has awards to show what she can do. What are your qualifications?
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Okay.. So please, post a video of you riding so we can point out YOUR flaws and tell you why you're a bad rider instead of saying how much of a good person or trainer.. Please do so
and also please note that everyone has opinions.
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You go first Nokota, since you're claiming you can tell who is or isn't a great rider.

Nrha has awards to show what she can do. What are your qualifications?
she was just making a point she wasn't going to actually say anything bad!
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You go first Nokota, since you're claiming you can tell who is or isn't a great rider.

Nrha has awards to show what she can do. What are your qualifications?
I didn't mean it to sound like I'm claiming I can tell who is or isn't a great rider sorry... I was just trying to make a point.
Also, to me trophies don't mean you're a great rider.. I've seen cruel people win many ribbons and trophies, just saying. I'm not saying anyone here IS a bad person, like I said I was just trying to make a point.
I could say I don't like Clint for his methods, but if I do it is my own opinion and it doesn't mean I'm right and everyone else is wrong. I'm just saying to stop picking on Pat here

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