Thanks! I found a few videos of his on youtube. His methods are more suited to my gelding than Parrelli. My gelding tends to be hard headed and flinchy on the ground and under saddle due to being locked in a tiny 10 x 10 stall for two years, and having a complete beginner ride and take care of him. (I got him for very cheap because the lady didn't tighten her cinch enough, and when she rode him, the saddle rolled underneath him, so the woman ended up being bruised pretty badly. She blamed my poor gelding and refused to ride or take care of him ever again. She just left him at the stable with the crazy BO, who also though he was horrible and sold him to me.) lol, sorry, rant. Cookies for you if you read it. :) I won't even go into how nuts the BO was. I'll just say she shouldn't have horses, or have a boarding stable.
It should be horse listening, not horse whispering