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Taming and starting horses is the foundation of horsemanship as a whole. As Pat says, make the first ride as if he’s been ridden a thousand times... and ride your horse for the thousandth time as though it was his first. Getting the smallest details right is critical to becoming a horseman. Taming and starting colts shows you where you fall short quicker than perhaps any other stage you go through with your horse. Now, for the first time, Pat’s renowned step-by-step young horse development program is available for at-home study and self-development support for any serious horseman. This isn’t colt breaking. This is colt starting – the Parelli way.

 

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  • The Formula:
  • Accept the Human (as a friend and a leader)
  • Accept the Saddle (placement and wearing it)
  • Accept the Rider (as passenger then guider)
  • Accept the Bit (wearing, communicating)
  • Confidence and Respect
  • When to Quit
  • Haltering
  • Yielding
  • Horsenality Bareback mounting
  • Saddling
  • Driving
  • Saddle Horses
  • Stepping On
  • Passenger Lessons First Rides
  • Handling Feet
  • Preparing for Tying
  • Guiding
  • Riding Outside
  • Gait Transitions Accepting the Bit
  • Runtime: 9 hours, 10 minutes
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