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    02-21-2009, 08:59 AM
Question ponyboy or Ca?

Ok so I have some money in my paypal and I want to get a DVD most likely ground training or maybe beginner rider??? Since I am back in the saddel after many years and need a refresher. I am doing lessons too but just would like to get a DVD. I can't decide between Ponyboy or CAnderson.? HMMM Is there a place (besides youtube) I can rent oneor see more of it? Youtube only gives you just like a little bit. I like them both>??
I hate getting dvds that stink its money down the tube. I have sooo many workout DVDS that stink I hate when you can't watch them first......
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    02-21-2009, 09:22 AM
I would go for the CAnderson. I have read some Ponyboy, never seen a dvd but I still think Anderson is the way to go out of those two. I also like John Lyons. He has a section on his web site where you can preview parts of the videos which is nice. I used to get his Perfect Horse magazine which is packed full of information. John Lyons : America's Most Trusted Horseman You might check your local library for copys.
    02-21-2009, 11:50 AM
OHHH Ok thanks so much. I love this place it is a wealth of knowledge! My husband doesn't love it he says I am getting addicted to the FORUMS teehee
    02-21-2009, 11:55 AM
We have Ponyboy's book, but I found a lot of holes in his training. Just didn't seem "complete" to me. And Clinton, well, I just don't like him lol. Parelli works for me, I'm sure you could find DVDs of his if you wanted to.
    02-21-2009, 12:09 PM
I think they all need to have an area like John Lyons where you can preview the DVD's I was pretty impressed with his web site. Been awhile since I took a look at it. Tell your husband you are saving money by checking the forums before you buy. That should help
    02-21-2009, 05:06 PM
Hahahaha he said to me today you know I love the horses too but we don't seem to go out as much as we used to? I told him I can cook better than any where we go out!! He didn't seem to agree.........

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