Green Ball (42-44")
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With an inflated diameter (height) of 42-44 inches, the ball will allow you to simulate things your horse may be afraid of and will help build confidence around objects in motion and sudden movements.
"I love having objects that stimulate my imagination and help me be more creative in my teaching and training." Pat Parelli
The Green Ball is a fabulous play-tool to help build your horse's confidence while encouraging curiosity and focus.
With an inflated diameter (height) of 42-44 inches, the ball will allow you to simulate things your horse may be afraid of and will help build confidence around objects in motion and sudden movements. Roll it, bounce it, teach your horse to push it - the Parelli Green Ball is a fun way to play with your horse while building valuable skills.
Great product, both my horse and me and my teenage children love it. Although thought we would never get finished pumping up the ball. Bigger pump maybe? Other than that the ball is great
GREAT PURCHASE. I use this to break up the training routine allowing some play time without them knowing they are leaning something. Great purchase quality material.
It's good material strong enough to resist the games and at same time soft. Horses were very curious and started really quick touching it with the nose.The only thing didn't like is the pump that comes with it .Its like for children's toys and was enable to even blow ball even 1st time as I lost one of the pipes parts.But no probs as I bought a proper one and has worked perfectly.The only thing I don't know how to do it when I wanted to get rid of the air in ball 🙄I presume the old system 😀Its a good way to enable horses become more confident with moving objects around them and same time lord of fun!Ball is totally recommend is worth the money .Quality of it and price matching perfectly 👍
Middle of winter here in Holland NY and no indoor area, but spring comes where working outside with ball and my horses
I just love having the green ball to play games with my horses! It takes a lot of abuse and holds up well.