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    05-02-2010, 12:18 PM

I have just got two horses,companions to each other,one is 20 years young and the other is 4 both welsh,lolly(the 4 year old) neds braking,she has been sat on and walked with,i have been lunging her but she doesnt no waht to do,and has kicked me.I have sat on her and walked with her,and she went fine,with no problems,i have walked her down a lane with a few cars passign now and again and she was fine.Aj(20 year old)hasnt been riden in 7 years,he was in an accident and endied up on his back scratced from head to toe and is very nervous when I try to lean on him and so n so,he was been to a man who did naturall horsemanship can't remember his name,and appeared on telly,so I was told.He was fixed after that but I can't do much with him,he is exellent on lung and walkes down the lane great with lolly,problems are...
If I take lolly out on her own,he will run up and down the feild and get very upset,whinying for her,wich makes her very upset and tempramental sometimes,i can't lung lolly as she doesnt no how,and I don't no how to teach her,she is just not learning,and im nto scared of a good kick its just the fact its frustrating,Also I can't get near aj,altho he is a good ride if you keep under him,so I've been told, I am loking for a naturall horsemanship rope halter for both of them or just one preferable Aj,Can anyone help me with any of my problems?
And if possible has anyone got a halter I can have? Thanks! Xx
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    05-02-2010, 12:43 PM
I'd suggest looking into starting the Parelli program with them :)
    05-02-2010, 12:47 PM
Thanks alot,i as thinking about this but don't no where to get the money to buy the dvd,i have been looking around for cheaper deals od ebay and things,would you no of anybody who could give me this a bit cheaper? Thanks! :) xx
    05-02-2010, 06:57 PM
I would highly recommend getting the old parelli level 1. Especially with horses like that, the old level one is going to be much more helpful. Plus, you might be able to get it cheaper since its the old version. Check out craigslist and ebay. Even if it isnt brand new, as long as you have the dvds and the pocket guides youll be set :)
    05-02-2010, 07:14 PM
Thanks sonnyx12 think im gettting them :)!

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