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        05-03-2010, 12:38 AM
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    Originally Posted by Spirithorse    
    No one said it was a "biggie" Spyder. And actually, several years ago Pat did a demo for the Queen of England and after that she required all her "people" (for lack of a better word lol) to be Level 1 at least.
    Yes and Monty Roberts went over there also and in her usual diplomatic aplomb she stated she was impressed with him also.

    The Queen will do whatever it takes to be neutral...what she says in private however is another ball game.
         
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        05-03-2010, 05:14 AM
      #42
    Yearling
    While I don't want to bash Spirithorse at all, I respect her and the way she is going with her horse, who am I to judge what route any person chooses to take with their animals ( a have three pigs that I treat like my babies for gods sake!). What I don't understand is the area we are in. I think of this Natural horsemanship area as an extension of the training section of this forum. Therefore any video posted is open for discussion and analysis, by any forum member whether they are pro or con the particular method used or not. I am pretty sure there is a specific area reserved for people who have videos that they want tro share with fellow forum members just for the joy of sharing. As the Training Section, I don't think this is That area. If people do not want an analysis or "critique" of a video, don't put in the Training Section of the forum, to do so is to invite open slather. If you want to post a video for appreciation then put it in the correct section of the forum. If you want a vid analysed and commented on then put in the training or critique section. It seems simple enough to me!
         
        05-03-2010, 05:25 AM
      #43
    Yearling
    Sorry for thbe double post, I just wanted to add that I do appreciate the vids posted on the Natural Horsemanship section. What I really love is when people like Flitterbug, who really knows her stuff, put in their analysis. When people with real horse knowledge point out what is really happening with an animal, beyond the fancy tricks and showmanship, that is where the Natural Horsemanship lies for me.
         

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