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    06-14-2010, 03:11 PM
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Universal Horsemanship

What is Universal Horsemanship? A mixture of traditional and natural? Curious. Dennis Reis (I've never heard of him) was at the AQHA show over the weekend, well, he was in the smaller in door doing a taping of a clinic for RFDTV. I was showing so I never got over to see any of it but after hours we went by and there was the biggest red ball I have ever seen! It was probably 8 or 10 feet tall! It was in the indoor and everything was shut down but I wanted to play with it SO BAD! LOL...

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    06-16-2010, 10:45 PM
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I've watched a lot of his programs on RFDTV. I really like his approach. He does enough to get the results without going overboard and drilling the horse to death. Safety seems to be a training priority for him which is always good.
     
    06-16-2010, 10:50 PM
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Green Broke
I like him. I watch him on RFDTV all the time.
     
    06-17-2010, 12:13 AM
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Trained
Ive been to two of his clinics and talked to him quite a bit after the second one and I realy liked him. He is very straight-forward and has a bit more practical approach than some. He used to have a forum attached to his website but now it is restricted to the members of his club. He is cashing in on his success like all the others and who can blame him? He is a very talented horseman and you should have gone over and watched him.
     

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