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post #11 of 24 Old 04-25-2010, 09:46 AM
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savvy string halter and 12 ft rope .
Here again? I know what a 12 foot rope is but what is a savvy string halter? I can picture a string halter?? but what makes it a "savvy halter"""?
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post #12 of 24 Old 04-25-2010, 11:41 AM
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Alright hijackers, how about you take it somewhere else. Good grief.
Hijackers??? It is called the SAVVY crowd??? I want to know why the word SAVVY is used??
A savvy halter?? What is that??
You constantly tell us not to post, not to comment and yet garbage like this keeps coming out here.
Explain the word
SAVVY?
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sorry I should have worded it better it is the savvy string not savvy string halter and I meant a savvy string and halter and savvy is a term used in Parelli I can't really explain it sorry but if you really want to know Riosdad then you should start another thread instead of going off topic lol thank you for being polite in asking though and sorry that I can't explain it better.

Thanks Spirithorse I am really enthusiastic about it lol I love the savvy club forum I have found out about a lot more clinics here in Ireland and I am really excited about this one as freestyle is our worst riding savvy so I hope to get better at it she seems to like having contact a bit better.
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Thank you very much smrobs I am actually so nervous to meet some of my new friends from the Parelli site the $20 a month is really worth it and I hope this 85 euro is worth it as well next week
You joined the savvy club and it cost you $20 per month membership???
Sounds like a good deal.
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sorry I should have worded it better it is the savvy string not savvy string halter and I meant a savvy string and halter and savvy is a term used in Parelli I can't really explain it sorry but if you really want to know Riosdad then you should start another thread instead of going off topic
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Why am I off topic when I ask what this word Savvy means?? I didn't bring it up? I just learned about the Savvy club? the Savvy halter? $20 a month membership fees?? It doesn't get any better then that.

I am learning that if you question anything about Parelli it upsets alot of people and their only response is High Jacker or off topic?????
Why's that???
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Why am I off topic when I ask what this word Savvy means?? I didn't bring it up? I just learned about the Savvy club? the Savvy halter? $20 a month membership fees?? It doesn't get any better then that.

I am learning that if you question anything about Parelli it upsets alot of people and their only response is High Jacker or off topic?????
Why's that???
I thought it was off topic because this thread is about a clinic not the savvy club or the word savvy I am not getting upset just explaining

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You don't know how extremely awesome and ironic this is!
Two cowboy western riders against a few Parelli infused english women riders!
*gets popcorn* I can't WAIT to see this! :)
How is it Ironic may I ask?

If they are against it which they never actually said then it why do they come onto a Parelli thread it just sounds silly to me if you don't like something why not stay away from it?

I'm not getting infused Caity lol there will be no need for popcorn on anything I say lol
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Well I answered his question then asked may we get back on topic which we are very much off right now but anyway I love popcorn too but there will be no need for it as there won't be any debating over Parelli because that is not what this thread is for.

Lol Caity you don't even know why you said Ironic lol
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I'm certain it's obvious RiosDad is not mearly trying to learn something new. He doesn't care about Parelli at all. It always happens when a Parelli thread pops up, with the same people coming in and hijacking it and bashing whenever possible.
All you want from any thread is hugs and kisses. No questions, no asking why, just hugs and kisses. Life isn't like that and if you truely had something you wouldn't be so defensive when asked??

You know it all. What does SAVVY crowd mean?? What is a SAVVY halter??
Do they really charge $20 a month to join the SAVVY crowd??

Simple questions that you should know the answer too.

I know a girl in my last barn that spent $3000 on Parelli training and they took her away in an ambulance , I unsaddled the horse and it sat for the next 1 1/2 years . Good training???
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RD, since you seem to be having such a problem getting a straight answer from anyone actually involved with Parelli, I'll give you my definition of the "savvy" thing.

It is just a word that they stuck on all their products to give them a reason to charge and arm, leg, and your firstborn child for. The word savvy literally means "understanding" (but I'm sure you probably knew that). It is just their way of making the completely unspectacular tack that they sell more 'special'.

Always remember that feeling of looking at a big, open country over the ears of a good horse, seeing a new trail unwind ahead of you, and that ever-spectacular view from the top of the ridge!!! Follow my training blog: http://robertsontraining.blogspot.com/
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RD, since you seem to be having such a problem getting a straight answer from anyone actually involved with Parelli, I'll give you my definition of the "savvy" thing.

It is just a word that they stuck on all their products to give them a reason to charge and arm, leg, and your firstborn child for. The word savvy literally means "understanding" (but I'm sure you probably knew that). It is just their way of making the completely unspectacular tack that they sell more 'special'.
Thank you smrobs. So the word SAVVY is a label, one that makes them think they are above everyone else?? Sort of " we understand"" "we excell above" " we are the savvy crowd. The people in the "know''

Now I get it. Thank you for showing me the light.
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