LOL well it's obvious who doesn't know anything about Parelli. My warmblood was biting and kicking people, charging his stall door with mouth open and hurting people WITHOUT Parelli.....and I've done nothing but Parelli with him and I have never once been bitten or kicked. I'm actually getting very, very close to riding him bridleless.
I have seen a lot of CA. He usually treats every horse the same.....it's just boom boom boom, do this so that you can get that FAST. There is little emphasis on the relationship, it's all just about what the horse can do for you and you do such-and-such with this much intensity to make the horse do it. I've seen him basically terrorize a young horse with a pull back problem, yank and spur a horse like mad, kick'em to go, won't hesitate to put a twisted wire snaffle or a TT in a horse's mouth, has said that he doesn't care if his horse is behind the verticle, run a poor TB into a lather, circle after circle, when all the horse needed was to be focused on a task that had transitions, changes of direction, certain patterns, he pushes unconfident horses past their thresholds....I could go on and on. This is just what I have personally seen and heard, and it's JMO he's not my cup of tea.