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post #11 of 27 Old 02-07-2011, 09:02 PM
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I watch as many as I can. You might come across a new way of doing something. My favorite would be Clinton Anderson because he makes it easy to understand.

This is a warning to all Clinton watchers.

I like MOST of his methouds but I have seen him be WAY to forceful. I'm sure they can be like that at times but I just havent sen it. Clinton has let his temper get the best of him at times. He also is all about selling his product.
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This is a warning to all Clinton watchers.

I like MOST of his methouds but I have seen him be WAY to forceful. I'm sure they can be like that at times but I just havent sen it. Clinton has let his temper get the best of him at times. He also is all about selling his product.


I'm pretty sure every large name clinician is all about selling their product. They have to make a living somehow.

However, I don't see that with Clinton at all. Sometimes horses need a little force to get the picture.

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I'm pretty sure every large name clinician is all about selling their product. They have to make a living somehow.

However, I don't see that with Clinton at all. Sometimes horses need a little force to get the picture.

I have seen him jerk a lot of horses around with out any give. He is more about selling his product in his shows that he is training horses. Every show I see is him talking about he's new this that he could sell you at a discount price of only $599! That's not litteral to all of them but I have seen him say thoughs exact words.
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RFD TV, is this part of cable tv? I don't have it. I only have the basic lineup of cable (which costs me 29..95$, which is a rip off ,if you ask me.) I think I can get RFD tv on my computer for a subscription fee. Wondering if it's worth it?
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I have seen him jerk a lot of horses around with out any give. He is more about selling his product in his shows that he is training horses. Every show I see is him talking about he's new this that he could sell you at a discount price of only $599! That's not litteral to all of them but I have seen him say thoughs exact words.
Well like I said, ALL of them are all about selling their product.

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RFD TV, is this part of cable tv? I don't have it. I only have the basic lineup of cable (which costs me 29..95$, which is a rip off ,if you ask me.) I think I can get RFD tv on my computer for a subscription fee. Wondering if it's worth it?
I have Dish Network. There's only a couple of horse shows, but if you are really into agriculture, old timey stuff, and country/bluegrass/folk music then it is worth it.

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Forgot to add my favorite. Chris Cox by far.

And about getting rfd tv there are also some roy roger movies on there that aren't too bad and the little britches rodeo. But I think the horse shows only last for about 2 hours each day. So its definantly not just a horse channel.
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I'm super picky, but I love Clinton Anderson. He speaks well and clearly, has a sense of humor, is patient, and explains everything. He cried when he retired one of his horses! I love seeing the bond! I've personally never seen him be jerky with his horses, but everybody makes mistakes. I HAVE seen him praise his horses with a neck rub... And I can forgive the onslaught of ads.

One I don't like is the "whacky whacky stick" trainer as I've dubbed him, who mumbles. Dennis Reis I think, but I'm not sure about that.
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I like Tommy Garland a lot, Chris Cox, Dennis Reis, and Julie Goodnight
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I'm super picky, but I love Clinton Anderson. He speaks well and clearly, has a sense of humor, is patient, and explains everything. He cried when he retired one of his horses! I love seeing the bond! I've personally never seen him be jerky with his horses, but everybody makes mistakes. I HAVE seen him praise his horses with a neck rub... And I can forgive the onslaught of ads.

One I don't like is the "whacky whacky stick" trainer as I've dubbed him, who mumbles. Dennis Reis I think, but I'm not sure about that.
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Are you sure your not thinking about parreli? He is the only one that does stupid things with sticks.
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Naw the Parelli is dead boring! My trainer is parelli and she hates the show! Then again, she also doesn't own a carrot stick...

But there's a skinny guy who "bomb proofs" horse with this stick he puts plastic and all sorts of things on and: whack whack whack mumble mumble whack mumble whack... Even the horses look annoyed! He may be a great trainer but he annoys the snot outta me!
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