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Who here actually does Parelli with their horses?

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        07-07-2010, 10:28 PM
    Originally Posted by Spirithorse    
    Clinton was a Level 3 graduate before going out on his own. I personally do not like Clinton at all.
    I have his book I think, I find Parelli easier to follow & I Like the support, backup, instruction you get with Parelli.
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        08-22-2010, 04:00 PM
    Hi, I do "Parelli" now, but I actually started off with a horsemanship trainer from Israel for a year. I have been doing horsemanship for about a year and a half, with my welshie Harry. He is a Left Brain, who gets very extroverted when playing and introverted when riding and handling. (Good for trail rides, but in the school he used to lie down :/ ) Have now pretty much cured that habit though :) . We are playing somewhere around level 2/3, I think in all four savvys, haven't self assessed in a while, and am still trying to make my level 1 video - it's so much harder when there's a camera involved! Have also started the Parelli Program with my new boy Khani - he is part arab part welshie, so more sensitive, and I think more of a general Extrovert, with introverted tendencies, but he is so green, I don't think he has decided what he is going to be yet :)
        08-22-2010, 04:10 PM
    I'm going to start tomorrow or day after!

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