I'm not a big fan of Parelli. I like their methods, but I think it's absolutely ridiculous what they charge people. Over $60 for a "carrot stick" and another $20 for "STRING"? I'll never understand.
However, I believe my Paint filly would be an ideal candidate for natural horsemanship. So I'm interested in setting aside my dislike for the Parelli way of business and seeing if it's worth my time to invest in JUST The Seven Games DVD.
Opinions? I know it's sold as a ten disc set, but I just refuse to pitch out that sort of money. Is it worth my time to spend the $60 on just The Seven Games? Or is it kind of pointless unless I have the other DVD's? I'm unsure of what the content is exactly, and if it would benefit me alone.
I've been working with horses my entire life (almost 24 years), so I DO know how to train. I'm interested in better increasing my bond with my Paint filly, as she's extremely unsensitive and actually seems to thrive on pleasing people. I'd like to loosen her up, as force simply doesn't work well with her and neither do "subtle" hints like they did so well when I trained my Arab.
Anyway, any comments?