Originally Posted by Thunderspark
I didn't say the principal was at fault, I said it didn't work for them..... I feel PNH is more for someone who wants to play with their horse on the ground and it doesn't follow in the saddle.
You didn't say that or I wouldn't have objected - you said 'IT
does not gain your horses respect at all.' after agreeing that it was a load of rubbish. That's all. Each to his own I say, but no 'method' will work for all or 'make a horse respect you' - that's down to the knowledge & approach of the handler in question.