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Pat and Linda Parelli Parelli Natural Horsemanship: Approach and Retreat
Learn this method to keep your horse feeling confident. Read more >>

Parelli Natural Horsemanship: The Seven Games
What are the seven games? Pat Parelli explains. Read more >>

Parelli Natural Horsemanship: Video Demo of the Friendly Game
Pat Parelli demonstrates his technique for working with a new horse.Read more >>

10-Minute Tips
Improve your relationship with your horse in as little as 10 minutes a day. Read more >> 

Working with Your Horse’s Horsenality™
Identify your horse’s Horsenality™ profile using the chart, then follow strategies for working effectively with each Horsenality type for a more successful partnership. Read more >>

What do horses think we humans are?
Read Pat's response to the question, "What do horses think we humans are?" Read more >>

My horse is scared to death of dogs. Help!
Pat and Linda Parelli advise how to train a horse to be less fearful of dogs. Read more >>

What can I do to teach my horse not to kick humans?
Pat and Linda Parelli advise how to build a relationship with your horse and put an end to kicking. Read more >>

My gelding tries to put everything in his mouth. How can I stop this bad habit?
Pat and Linda Parelli discuss how to handle mouthy habits. Read More >>

Learn about Natural Horsemanship experts, Pat and Linda Parelli >>

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Does it Matter    finlayson, MN

1/28/2010 4:53:25 PM

i personally can afford it but dont really much like it i mean some of its helpful somes not like my horse backs up wen his rope is wiggled, he unloads now b cuz of that but also if u try and do somethin he'll back up. and he follows me and moves from pressure so if i go to his rear to brush his tail i have to tie him so he dont move and wen i get on he moves sideways due to pressure but other wise it is a pretty good technique. i prefer the technique my family uses but all of our friends and family says their technique work with and against us

You Don't Need To Know    You Don't Need To Know, NL

8/12/2009 1:09:07 PM

Did anyone notice that everyone who has tried Parelli LOVES it, and everyone that can't afford it HATES it? I can't afford it, but I want to be a Parelli professional one day!

Anna    houston, TX

10/26/2008 11:00:49 AM

PLEASE keep posting more Parelli articles! They offer great tips for you and your horse that go along with the Parelli beleifs.

Marie    Ogden, UT

6/15/2008 1:11:46 PM

I would love to see more Parelli articles, I have practiced these tips and am ready for more.

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