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Date Posted: 12:50:52 10/03/06 Tue
Author: Jacque
Subject: Problem leading
In reply to: barbara 's message, "new friesian" on 15:42:03 09/27/06 Wed

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>>Hello. The most dramatic difference I saw in my horse's ground manners is during & following a weekend Parelli workshop. I don't know if you have anyone local you could work with. The transformation was amazing (he used to plow over me & try to take off with me "skiing" behind him)& the games made my horse seem to think that the improvement in behavior was his idea. They are such intelligent animals & from the few examples I've seen, they love the games! Good luck!

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