Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: SouthEastern PA
I prefer john llyons. I don't like how with parelli you need most of his gear (expensive). It may not work for every horse. Just try out differnt methods see what works for you. If you don't know what your doing, any method could backfire and cause the horse to be worse off. I like consulting with qualified trainers about things like this. The first step is go get him used to people, and teach him to lead and be touched. These is no one method, or a better method to use. Do what you think is best for your horse in a given instance. Go to the library and read up about different methods before you buy all the stuff.