Groene bal

Normale prijs $70.00
Verkoopprijs $70.00 Normale prijs

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There is nothing quite like the Parelli Green Ball to bring out the curiosity in your horse! It is a fabulous play-tool to help build your horse's confidence while at the same time encouraging curiosity and focus.
Features & Benefits
  • Inflates to 42-44 inches in diameter.
  • Heavy duty material construction.
More Info

With an inflated diameter (height) of 42-44 inches, the ball will allow you to simulate things your horse may be afraid of. It will also 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.

"I love having objects that stimulate my imagination and help me be more creative in my teaching and training." Pat Parelli

Testimonials
Peggy Carnahan Playing soccer with Sissy - 04/10/2021 "I added the Green Parelli Ball to my horses daily round pen work and training. She quickly learned to play soccer with me. Wonderful fun tool to add variety to training program."
Carl Herron Horse Ball - 02/22/2022 "The horses LOVE this ball. They play for hours with it and kick it all over the pastures."
Michael Cevette Fun!! - 01/18/2022 "Really fun for us to play with this with our herd!"
  • Beschikbaarheid:
    Op voorraad
  • SKU:
    PC0016

Reviews

Customer Reviews

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Evanne

My horses loves this ball.

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Darrell Ward
Green Ball

This is our second green ball and it is a wonderful training tool.

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Deborah Taylor
Air plug

I guess my mini donkeys just have a one track mind. They work on the air plug every day until they get it out. They lost the first one but did manage to save the second one. It was as tough as I thought it was going to be.

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Yort Okseruj
Short life span

Ball didn't last as expected. One good kick and the ball split open.

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Nancy Failla
I wish he would play more!

I love the ball, and my young gelding is not afraid of it. He's not very interested in it though. How can I help him play more?