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        07-03-2007, 04:09 PM
    I use natural horsemanship as well. Parelli teaches you a lot about why horses do what they do, and how to connect with them on a deep emotional level. I really like it. I think that they are the only ones who have made an incredible at-home study program. Their tools and dvds are a bit expensive, but in my opinion they are well worth it. I havent searched much because Parelli has worked so well for me, so I don't know much about other natural methods, but good horsemanship is good horsemanship.
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        07-20-2007, 09:05 PM
    I have incorperated Parelli, Monty Roberts, Linda Tellington Jones, and several no-names I have met along the way. I am studying Parelli now, and I hope to become an instructor. Wish me luck!
        07-21-2007, 04:37 PM
    PNH...all the way for me too! Cocoa and I have been studying the program for more than 2 years now and are well on our way. We are starting Lvl. 3 and loving every minute of it! Pat and Linda are great! Anybody go to any of the tour stops this year? I was at the Madison, Wi one...man that was a drive from where I'm at! Lol But that was definetly worth it!
        07-27-2007, 01:29 PM
    I was at the Kansas City, MO tour stop and LOVED IT! Lol!

    I'm also studying Level 3 and I can't wait until September when the new Level 3 comes out at the savvy conference! I'm not going sadly, but I will ask a friend of mine who is going to buy it and then I will pay her back when she gets home.

    I don't think I've heard anyone say you shouldn't ride your horse bareback?? I know Parelli ENCOURAGES you to ride bareback.

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