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Date Posted: 05:28:49 06/15/10 Tue
Author: Ileana
Subject: Contact Me Please
In reply to: Missy 's message, "Natural Lift" on 06:15:35 06/11/10 Fri

The people you are referring to are not lying instead they are just misinformed. I am finding that to be the case with the Friesian “backyard” owners. These people unfortunately pass along “urban legions” and the same old rhetoric without profound knowledge. I know I sound insensitive or arrogant. Sorry if I offend anyone that is not my intention.

Here is what Tweespan told me about their training rings:
“Hello Ileana, we do use weight trainers to train the action and the muscles, and to reach more shoulder freedom. We do use both weight trainers and rings lunging the horse. We do not add stretchers; it is just the sound and the tick on the hoof that makes them lift their legs higher.” Now they may use Running W's and that would be interesting to find out.

If you have not checked out the devices then go to http://english.tweespan.nl/Training/Trainings-articles/toonitem/769/31555/Training-rings-.html you can see the Tweespan's training rings.

I bought Tweespan’s training rings to check them out and I would say that chains are equivalent, are substantial less cost and more durable.

Missy, I would like to talk to you some more. If interested, contact me at Ileana.kreus@gm.com.

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