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post #1 of 15 Old 02-24-2009, 11:02 AM Thread Starter
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Olympic Level Eventer, Rides Bridleless

I really enjoyed this vid!

I watched David's seat and his legs - and I love how estabillished they are.

He makes some exceptional points too

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post #2 of 15 Old 02-24-2009, 11:14 AM
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Fantastic video!! That is a wonderful example of how Parelli can be incorporated into the performance world. Loved it!
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I saw him in person at a barn i was boarding at. He did 2 clinics there back around 1993-1994. the owner of the barn has multiple horses with david one being ( Custom Made). To see him do dressge was breathtaking. Very nice man
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I'd give anything to be one of his students at his fascillity in Florida. Gosh!
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they have a house not far from me here in virginia... in the richer part of town....

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they have a house not far from me here in virginia... in the richer part of town....
They live in Virginia?

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post #8 of 15 Old 02-27-2009, 11:16 PM
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Pretty cool! I love watching him ride. Riding bridleless is amazing and fun.

Got to admit that I'm not a fan of Parelli though. Just my personal opinion.

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Fantastic video!! That is a wonderful example of how Parelli can be incorporated into the performance world. Loved it!

Just know that this has nothing to do specifically with Parelli.

I can do all of the above and with piaffe and passage thrown in without even touching the reins or bit.

I IS all about the horse trusting you and having good comunication through your seat.
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Hmm, if it doesn't have anything to do specifically with Parelli, why is he doing a demo at a parelli event, riding bridleless and talking about how Parelli can be effectively used in the performance world?

Anyone can ride bridleless....and anyone can still micromanage their horse through their legs and seat....bridleless riding is an art.
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