You can also find Parelli items for sale on DreamHorse.com. Look under the advanced search area and that will get you into a seach area. I would like to make a comment about Parelli training. It works, you just have to stick with it and have a lot of patience. I would really suggest that if you want to pursue this, pick a program and stay with it. Don't go mixing them up because it does confuse the horse. Like anything else, there are good programs and bad programs out there. The one that loses though, for q bad choice, is the horse.
I agree with Norcal. I believe when you find something that works FOR THE HORSE stick with it. If you mix things you will confuse the horse. I did that once, and I won't do it again. I was trying to mix Parelli and another trainer's techniques and I quickly saw my relationship with my horse going downhill. He no longer came to me when I called, he was bored, and he just didn't want to be with me. I stopped the other trainer's stuff and went back to just doing Parelli and within one play session things were getting back to normal. There are a lot of ways to train a horse, but how many are actually good for the horse? That's a question we need to keep in mind.