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Your suggestions for Parelli or Anderson or any other "good" ones?

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        10-10-2012, 10:30 PM
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    If looking for training info, check out Meredith Manor. Ron Meredith has numerous short training articles, easy to understand as he explains the whys. He covers both riding and groundwork. Just open Articles in the left hand menu.
         
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        10-11-2012, 05:57 PM
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    Originally Posted by Saddlebag    
    The Parellis made a major mistake with Catwalk which they have acknowledged. They are under a lot of pressure with a large paying crowd. Overall they have done a lot to change people's thinking from using rough handling tactics to teaching in a way horses understand, step by step. I think we can forgive their one mistake.
    If that was the only problem with PP I might be able to over look it but it is not.
         
        10-11-2012, 07:02 PM
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    When I was a teenager, I thought Monty Roberts was the cats ass......until it dawned on me that he chased a mustang with a helicopter until it was so exhausted it couldn't run away when he did all that join up codswallop!!!

    That was enough to make me realize that there are snake-oil salesmen everywhere.....
         
        10-12-2012, 10:42 AM
      #64
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    If a trainer wants your money for a clinic they better be well proven in the show ring for what they are trying to teach you. It is just that simple. If they can not train a horse well enough to take it into a compitition and do well then they are not much of a trainer and you should not give your money to them.
         
        10-12-2012, 10:59 AM
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    Originally Posted by nrhareiner    
    If a trainer wants your money for a clinic they better be well proven in the show ring for what they are trying to teach you. It is just that simple. If they can not train a horse well enough to take it into a compitition and do well then they are not much of a trainer and you should not give your money to them.
    I'm afraid that I can't have any confidence in someone who doesn't show a top example for their training and management skills. I have known retired trainers who were still proven by the performance of the people they teach and their reputation but way too many loud mouthed amateurs out there who talk the talk then collapse in a big messy heap when it comes to the real hands on stuff.
    Takes a lot to impress me.
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