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    01-23-2012, 06:12 AM
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Foal
My horse loves parelli! The friendly leg, flicking the whip gently over the body round the back of legs, the front scratching with the stick part, face everywhere you can. If your horse is fine with this press on to the porcupine game :) remember
Hair, then skin if no movement muscle still nothing bone...this is the four stages :)

If you need any help just ask. Remember have fun
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    02-08-2012, 12:46 PM
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Weanling
A few weeks ago our friends were watching Buck and every one loved it then one of the 15 year old friends said this was nice but where and how do you start. Us older riders and useres of natural methods all agreed you start by spending a lot of time brushing and talking and walking on lead and talking then using the lunge and round pen. This work with all methods as you get to know your horse and your horse gets to know and trust you.
     

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