Looking for the secrets to success with horses? Pat Parelli has been traveling the world since 1982 training people to adopt psychology into their horse training programs. After coining the term "natural horsemanship" Pat developed an at-home study program that has helped millions of horses and horse owners around the globe. Join him as he shares insights into "horse sense and stable thinking." Learn more by visiting www.parellisavvyclub.com
In this episode, listen as horseman Greg Robinson shares the misconceptions he's heard about Pat and his work after spending a few days at the Pat Parelli center in Florida.
The horse is in charge of the timelines. - Tempering Ambition.
In order to not feel like a trapped prey animal, we have to be sure the horse is in control of the timelines. We need to temper our ambition with principles, patience, and sequence. In this episode Pat Parelli dives deep into how to create positive, progressive, and natural training programs.
The Eight Principles
The Parelli Program yields exceptional results because it is rooted in principles, not a regimented serious of techniques or a strict method. Learn why Pat Parelli created the Eight Principles and how this understanding will improve your overall development as a horseman.
What does it take to become the horseman your horse wants you to be?
What creates a real horseman? Not all horse owners are horseman. Listen in as Pat Parelli shares some insight to horse development, helping you create a well rounded foundation. Visit www.parelli.com to learn more.
So old it's new again. Pat reflects on his mentor, Ronnie Willis.
Natural Horsemanship is not a new phenomenon, this style has been a since Xenophon. Lucky for us, Pat Parelli helped to connect the pieces from masterful horseman around the globe. Listen is as he reflects on one of his mentors, Ronnie Willis.
Pat Parelli with Doug Jordan - Cutting Naturally
Pat Parelli is dedicated to making the world a better place for horses and humans. He is constantly exploring and developing his skills to be better for his horses, and those that he trains. Listen in as he speaks to his cutting horse mentor, Doug Jordan. Doug Jordan's training philosophy is very similar to Pat's, principle based and always puts the relationship first.