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Re: [RC] At the end of my rope.. - Catherine Pritchett

Not meaning to step on any toes, I'd dump the clicker training, I've seen some horses become absolutley unglued with it. Before you tell me the person did it wrong, it's not possible to prove a negative, so don't go there please. Doesn't matter if they did it right or wrong, it didn't work for what ever reason.

On the other hand, Parelli, Reis, Anderson, Lyons and others have methods that are clear and tend to NOT confuse the horse or trainer. I love Clinton Anderson, but for my problem mare (the end of the rope is in sight), I find that the Parelli step by step, slowly letting her get is working the best. The other person is right, it is expensive and time consuming, but then a stay in the hospital can cost a whole lot more.

Cathy Pritchett


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