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post #71 of 96 Old 07-08-2010, 11:46 AM
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Thank you Savvylover and Katana for your suggestions.

I will look into the Savvy club and I already found some used DVD on e-bay, most sellers don`t ship here but I will have a friend in the US re-send them to me, so that is almost done. Which serie do you think I should get: Playing the 7 games or Level 1 ? (can`t afford both at this time!).

Katana, I don`t know of anybody here who would own a Parelli DVD, I don`t even think they have been translated to Spanish.. have they? and Parelli is not well known around here, although many people does natural horsemanship.

Thank you again for your help.
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post #72 of 96 Old 07-08-2010, 06:51 PM
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I think thye be translated to spanish now? Not sure I know they do translate to some languages now though but the older stuff isnt.

If was me then I would get the Red Level 1 pack. This has FAR MORE info in it than just the 7 Games DVD. It takes you through step by step & can seem boring but trust me it is WELL WORTH THE sitting through the class room stuff. It also shows you the beginnings of riding & at the end of the last DVD shoes you some level two stuff aswell.

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post #73 of 96 Old 07-13-2010, 11:25 AM
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Scotch and I are about halfway through the red level one kit. Yes, the first few DVD's are a bit dry, but they are very informative. Once you get to the hands-on students working with their horses, it is a joy to watch. Over, and over, so I can get it right with Scotch!

We started the circling game yesterday, and he was great! Sideways game today, depending on how it all goes. I have a feeling the squeeze game will be a bit of a challenge, as Scotch is very claustrophobic. Take is slow, I guess!

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post #74 of 96 Old 07-13-2010, 02:56 PM
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Scotch and I are about halfway through the red level one kit. Yes, the first few DVD's are a bit dry, but they are very informative. Once you get to the hands-on students working with their horses, it is a joy to watch. Over, and over, so I can get it right with Scotch!

We started the circling game yesterday, and he was great! Sideways game today, depending on how it all goes. I have a feeling the squeeze game will be a bit of a challenge, as Scotch is very claustrophobic. Take is slow, I guess!
That is great that you have been watching your level 1 It's great that your circling game is going well and that you will be doing the sideways game soon too

I'm having my first lesson on Saturday with PP Organized some lessons for people who wanted to start Parelli here so they are having theirs first then I will have a two hour private lesson

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post #75 of 96 Old 07-14-2010, 03:49 AM
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LUCKY!!! Would love to have Pat & Linda here to have a private lesson with one of them of even better a couple of lessons with each!! When I started working through the L1 Kit my mare went great guns until we got to sideways 7then it all fell to pieces & she got really stressed when ever I tried to do it. SO I left it and when I was able to get a lesson with Jackie Chant 4* instructor & took the L1 clinic & we were fantastic! LOL Until we got home... :( LOL Now though that we are further through & have built a deeper relationship & I have realised that my Phase one for my RBI mare needs to be VERY light we are managing to get going a bit better. I have been working on Transitions on a circle. Change of direction on circle.Sideways without a fence. Only had one session so far but i was more than happy with how it went & I cant wait for our next session, Im going to watch a bit more of the L2 DVD though so that if we do happen to have picked up the last three things I can move on to the next thing. Its great & now that I am moving on from L1 Pergatory my mare is asking me more questions & offering more exuberance too. FANTASTIC!!

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post #76 of 96 Old 07-14-2010, 05:54 AM
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Oh not Pat lol I might a PP(Parelli Professional) woops my mistake :P
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I'll make this short....Arie and I rode into the trailer bareback and bridleless the other day! Woot!
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post #78 of 96 Old 07-15-2010, 09:42 PM
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WOOT WOOT indeed!!!! LOL Awesome!! hehe & here I was stoked that I had almost mastered my Transitiosn on a cirlce, Change of direction on a circle & Sideways without a fence.... all ON LINE mind you! LOL WELL DONE!!

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post #79 of 96 Old 07-15-2010, 09:43 PM
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Savvylover - oops *blush* Im still learnign the internet lingo!!

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post #80 of 96 Old 07-16-2010, 10:31 AM Thread Starter
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Katana, all that stuff is wonderful! Well done on all those things! All the smaller things lead up to and prepare you for the bigger things....get your foundation right and you and your horse will be able to do anything!
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