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SonnyWimps 05-13-2008 11:41 PM

Parelli work and a question
 
I did some parelli work with Sonny today and he did really well. I did 4 of the 7 Parelli games. When we did the circle game (I think that's the correct term for it) he did good until he spooked at something (don't know what he spooked at) and then he bolting...making me get burns on my hands from the lead rope (my hands still hurt.........I didn't let go as soon as I should have).

My question was, what are all the 7 parelli games...I know there is
1) yo-yo game
2) porcupine game
3) circle game
4) friendly game

But what about the other three?
Also how do you do those?

Thanks!

mlkarel2010 05-13-2008 11:43 PM

Ok, well, here's the site.... he explains all of the games under the head tossing problem section.... go figure, but that's where I've found it.....

hope that helps

http://www.parelli.com/content.faces

PoptartShop 05-13-2008 11:46 PM

Looks like you're doing well, good job! :D

appylover31803 05-14-2008 10:37 AM

1- friendly game
2- porcupine game
3- driving game
4- yo-yo game
5- circle game
6- sideways game
7- squeeze game

It is also very important that you do the games in order. Each game helps prepare the horse for the next game.

SonnyWimps 05-14-2008 11:05 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by appylover31803
1- friendly game
2- porcupine game
3- driving game
4- yo-yo game
5- circle game
6- sideways game
7- squeeze game

It is also very important that you do the games in order. Each game helps prepare the horse for the next game.

Sonny already knows the games so I was only able to do the ones I remembered how to do. Appy, is there videos on 3,6, and 7?

appylover31803 05-14-2008 11:38 AM

not yet. Vega is still learning the sideways game. And i need to get a video of the driving game.

I'll see if I can get those soon.


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