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  • Bosal horse horseman
  • Parelli bosal

 
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    09-07-2010, 07:39 PM
  #71
Yearling
Oh this is getting good, I'm glad I found this thread

I have a few things to ad I suppose:
A bosal is a type of hackamore...
Nobody your bosal does not fit right, it's too small...
Marecare's bosal looks to fit perfect and is definitely a high-quality bosal
Parelli sucks and is not a good horseman, just someone who has a good marketing plan...
I wish you had taken a video of what the clinician had done so we could tell wth you're talking about...was it a green horse? Because to teach a horse to lead sometimes you have to keep the rope tight and release pressure as they take a step with the rope.

That's all...
     
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    09-07-2010, 07:53 PM
  #72
Weanling
Quote:
Originally Posted by mliponoga    
Oh this is getting good, I'm glad I found this thread

I have a few things to ad I suppose:
A bosal is a type of hackamore...
Nobody your bosal does not fit right, it's too small...
Marecare's bosal looks to fit perfect and is definitely a high-quality bosal
Parelli sucks and is not a good horseman, just someone who has a good marketing plan...
I wish you had taken a video of what the clinician had done so we could tell wth you're talking about...was it a green horse? Because to teach a horse to lead sometimes you have to keep the rope tight and release pressure as they take a step with the rope.

That's all...
pictures tell all
     
    09-07-2010, 07:54 PM
  #73
Weanling
Quote:
Originally Posted by mliponoga    
Oh this is getting good, I'm glad I found this thread

I have a few things to ad I suppose:
A bosal is a type of hackamore...
Nobody your bosal does not fit right, it's too small...
Marecare's bosal looks to fit perfect and is definitely a high-quality bosal
Parelli sucks and is not a good horseman, just someone who has a good marketing plan...
I wish you had taken a video of what the clinician had done so we could tell wth you're talking about...was it a green horse? Because to teach a horse to lead sometimes you have to keep the rope tight and release pressure as they take a step with the rope.

That's all...
by the way what are you doing in this photo?
     
    09-07-2010, 07:59 PM
  #74
Yearling
I love how you can tell a person's horsemanship by an itsy bitsy picture on the web..
     
    09-07-2010, 08:01 PM
  #75
Weanling
Quote:
Originally Posted by vivache    
I love how you can tell a person's horsemanship by an itsy bitsy picture on the web..
you really want me to go for it?
     
    09-07-2010, 08:03 PM
  #76
Trained
Again this thread has run into one liners and run its coarse. If there was a good debate I would leave it but since there is not that is it.
     

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