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post #11 of 62 Old 11-17-2008, 10:08 AM
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I think he's a little to rough now. He started out several years ago alot better. I learned the 7 games from parelli and I use variations of these throught breaking our horses. If you have RFD TV I would just watch lots of those programs. Watch ALL the different Natral horsesmanship trainers. Learn all the different methods. One method may not work for every single horse. I use a variation of what I learn from these programs. I was a big Parelli supportor, however as time passes he's getting a little to commercialized. He was much better back in the day. Good luck. These practices can really work.
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Every month in Horse & Rider magazine there are articles by Anderson. I think you can pick these up on the shelf.

I was going to suggest this as well. Every month they have articles! And they are very useful items that most people will need to deal with. The articles are written with great clarity and usually a LOT of pictures. Both of the right way and the wrong way.

Check out E-bay for discounted or previously viewed DVD's.

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I would suggest getting the Gaining Respect and Control on the Ground.
That's what I got too. Found them helpful and easy to follow. I wouldn't recommend Problem Solving on Ground & Under Saddle. Same methods are giving in Gaining Respect and Control MUCH better.
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Thanks everyone! :) RFD TV??? What channel is that on I might just have it. I noticed he is just a bit to rough but I think I might use it methods a little bit softer but not so soft she will just blow me off because I need to get into the Alpa horse position and get her respect for me back.
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post #15 of 62 Old 11-17-2008, 06:27 PM
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When you get right down to it Clinton's ground work is the same as Parelli's 7 Games, he's just put his own little spin on it and he's more aggressive, too aggressive if you ask me. Clinton was a Parelli student before he went out on his own.

But anyway I would try looking on Ebay, sometimes you can get some good deals on there.
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post #16 of 62 Old 11-17-2008, 08:49 PM
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Spirithorse, I am amazed! He was a student of Pat Parelli? I've been looking around and can't find that info. Where did you find it? They have such different techniques! Although I might be able to see a little Pat in Clinton! Hehe!

HorsesareForever, the reason you are not getting techniques posted is becasue it would take one FOREVER to post how to do one little exercise. I have his book and it takes 6 pages to describe how to do one exercise!! Like we've mentioned before, look on youtube under Clinton Anderson Techniques. That can give you are visualization of how to do it! There is no way anyone could type on a forum HOW to accomplish one of his techniques. It's much easier to visualize it with video!

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post #17 of 62 Old 11-17-2008, 09:02 PM
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I was taking a clinic with a Parelli instructor, one who has been with Pat since the beginning, and we were talking about the differences and similarities b/w different clinicians and she told me that Clinton was indeed a student of Parelli's, and in fact was a Level 3 student.
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post #18 of 62 Old 11-17-2008, 09:21 PM
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I could see that! All of the "Natural horsemen" have the same theory in general, but like you (or somebody) said, they ad their own flare to it! Good to know! Thanks!

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You're welcome. I happen to like Parelli's "flare" better than Clinton's "flare." But that's not the point of this topic, so I'll shut up now lol.
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thanks everyone ya I figured it would take forever to explain them! Yea CA was a student of Pat I've heard that a lot of time. I know CA is a little agressive but I've tried parelli and some of monty and AND none of it really worked we had a lot of down falls. So now its time to try CA but Im going to have to tweak them a but cause Chance is pretty sensative.
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