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    04-01-2008, 10:51 PM
Are you ready to meet your match?

Selling equine partners that are officially assessed at Level 2 and beyond of the Parelli Natural Program. Horses of many breeds fill herds that are raised naturally in the Canadian Rockies, add to this amazing natural upbringing a relationship with humans that is based on partnership, not fear and intimidation. The results are a versatile, confident equine partner ready to offer their confidence to you.
Purchase prices include Instruction with 3 Star Instructor, Don Halladay, ‘Dressage Naturally’ Instructor, Karen Rohlf, World class Reiner Craig Johnson, or a Parelli Professional in your area.
Canadian Warmblood Mare, 16.3hh, 5 yrs old, 'Phaith Impresses everyone she meets with her extraordinary combination of talent, temperament and beauty. A daughter of the elegant Oldenburg Stallion, 'Phantast' she has experienced a unique start using the Parelli Program and exudes confidence beyond her years.
11 yr old, 16hh, Registered Tobiano Paint Gelding. 'Midnight Star Gazer' is in the advanced stages of Level 3. A gifted talented horse that will capture both your heart and imagination. Has been in clinics with Don Halladay, Karen Rohlf and Craig Johnson. See his DVD of liberty beyond Level 3!
5yr old, 16hh, QH/TB gelding. 'Sweet Jake' is a well bred athlete with the disposition of the 'boy next door'. Do some natural jumping or dressage one day, and head out on the trails the next!
7yr old, 15hh, QH gelding. Through Level 2 of Parelli Program. 'Okie' is sweet, uncomplicated and will give his human a lifetime of safety, confidence and fun. The special quality of his character make him a favorite around the ranch.
Profiles of horses at DVD’s available on most horses.
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