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Natural Horsemanship

For anyone who is interested in horse behaviour and psychology or the methods of Hunt, Dorrance, Brannaman, Lyons etc

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Horses in Storms

Started by Shirley May 14, 2010.

A different kind of Natural.... 13 Replies

Started by Shirley. Last reply by Mary Ginn Dec 22, 2009.

I want to learn natural horsemanship on an older horse 10 Replies

Started by Foxhunter. Last reply by Shirley Aug 14, 2009.

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Comment by Trick Horse Training "The Most on April 22, 2012 at 8:41pm

Please check my page out and let me know what you think, NO ! rude or nasty comments or they will be taking further. Let me know other tricks you would live to see, More videos and pictures coming ASAP.

Thank you

Cayla Cockerill

Trick Trainer

Comment by Patti Bartsch, Ph.D. on January 24, 2011 at 9:21am

You are all invited to join my Barnmice group : Naturally Healthy Equestrians

Happy to have you on board!


Patti Bartsch, Ph.D.

Naturally Unbridled - Holistic Life & Wellness Coaching for Equestrians

Comment by Shirley on August 2, 2010 at 1:09pm
Christine Wimberly: has some groups broken down into locations so it helps find local NH friends.
I love to share experiences online any time.
Comment by Christine Wimberly on August 2, 2010 at 11:27am
looking for friends that love Natural Horsemanship to ride and learn with.
Comment by Sharon Foley on December 2, 2009 at 7:40pm
Barbara, I've ridden with Harry Whitney many times. He's an outstanding horseman and advocate for the horse.
Comment by Barbara Ellin Fox on November 26, 2009 at 4:30pm
Has anyone in this group met Harry Whitney?
Comment by Shirley on October 2, 2009 at 12:53pm
This is copied from Parelli weekly newsletter...MUSTANGS and Natural Horsemanship!
Parelli Celebration Highlights Humane Society
of the United States Rescue Horses

This weekend at the Ft. Worth Celebration, Pat played with Thistle, a sweet-natured five-year-old mustang who was rescued during a large-scale neglect investigation in Nebraska earlier this year. Since the rescue, Thistle has been under the care of the Doris Day Horse Rescue and Adoption Center until he arrived in Ft. Worth on Thursday. Each day of the Celebration Pat played with Thistle, and by the end of the third day Pat was riding the mustang without reins leaving many saying this was the best training session they have seen Pat lead. It was truly amazing to watch, and the experience is first hand proof that the Parelli method can help any animal if you put the relationship first. Read more about the Parelli Humane Society of the United States partnership here. Following the event this weekend, Thistle was made available for adoption to a selected, loving home.
Comment by Shirley on October 2, 2009 at 1:37am
Pat and Linda Parelli are my favorites!!! I learned so many helpful things from their program. I'm very happy to be preparing to go to the Lakeland Florida Parelli Celebration in a few days. It will be good to see them live again. I've have been to two of their traveling shows in the past. I have their Level 1, old and new Level two, Level 3 and the Horse Behavior set.
I have a 8 year old QH that I've been working with. We are probably about later half of Level 2. I did it more for me then my horse, I could not get over being afraid of riding and their techniques helped me alot. Apparently my horse likes them too cause we have a great relationship. My horse and I both need things to focus on when riding. He needs variety to not get bored and I need specific things to focus on so I relax a little.
I hope your move is a positive experience.
Keep Horsen Around
Comment by Rachel G on October 1, 2009 at 1:55pm
Hello, what do you all think of Parelli? I trained my 3 yr old QH in it. He did amazing, he came from a troubled horse to a obediant and calm horse.
Comment by Sarah at on September 30, 2009 at 4:55pm
ME? A cowgirl hippy chick? No. LOL
I'm originally from England so the whole cowboy mentality was totally foreign to me before moving Stateside in 1993.
I appreciate common sense in all forms and value horsemanship.
Have a good ride with Cash!

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