Savvy Series Level 1 On Line
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Developing skills on 12-foot, and with obstacles. Includes 2 DVD's with Level-by-Level lessons from Pat Parelli, plus student lessons, troubleshooting with Linda, Savvy Manual, Student Booklet, Pattern maps, and pocket guides.
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These are just as I remembered back in the 90’s when I last played with them. I started to volunteer at a horse rescue and knew I needed to get come good equipment to help with the horses. Just as I remembered but the clip on the lead rope is heavier, which is good.
I ordered the rope halter and lead line on the recommendation of a friend. I decided to also try the DVD set. I found it to be just what I needed to get started building a relationship with my new horse.
I always love the Parelli inforamtion. I was a Savvy Club member many years ago, but started running an Equine Therapy Center and did not have time to keep up with all the videos. However, my home was flooded during Hurricane Harvey and I lost all of my Parelli DVD's (which was the entire set). I am just now being able to start rebuilding the DVD library I had.
I needed a refresher course now that I have a yearling colt. It really helped get us working as a team. Thank you
I was able to see and understand how to impliment things in a way that I wasn't fearful of my horse. Normally I was trying to groom my horses outside of their stalls or fence. I stepped up, walked in and worked with my horse. I groomed her and made it to zone 2. That was good. She stood and was enjoying herself. I saw relaxed behavior not scarey. I have the carrot stick which I love. I have other items like a whip and a small crop, but it always worried me. The whip I am not wanting to hit my horse. I want to work with my horses thru cooperation and partnership. A whip was scarey to her. For me it was too long and not stiff. So it bobbed up and down if I tried to put a glove on it for desensitization. The crop too short and often she was Leary. So, I wasn't getting close enough to do anything. It was the "three little bears" story all over again too big too small and the carrots stick was just right. I need to work on my cues. That's my homework. No need to confuse her.
So for a while, I am staying on disk 1 until I get that down. My girls are young and I want to have a great time with them. But I want them to learn I am not the scarey lady but the one they can trust. Not scarey. Have fun not be worried so this is definitely helping. I would like to add. I have had two shoers show up and leave. Charge me to trim my horses feet and so nothing. It is vital I get them where they stand quietly and know ground manners and not be fearful. This I believe will help. A vet won't attempt to work on your horse if you can't get them to stand quietly. This can potentially be depremental and dangerous for your horse if they need a vet to help them. It also has other reprocussions with as I said getting their feet trimmed.