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Hanna Walton & Sarah - Level 4 Parelli students trailer/float loading in style!

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Published on Jul 13, 2010

Here at Parelli Central, we were impressed with these two Level 4 Parelli students trailer/float loading!

This is what they had to say for themselves: "We are both at Sarah's place in Hertfordshire UK, I have moved to Sarah's after coming for a play day last year - we had so much fun that I didn't want to go home! It takes a lot longer to get here than my previous yard which was in my back garden however the price is a small one for the acceleration it has made to our progression and the fun we have being able to play together all the time!"

Comments • 14

Naïké VC
OMG so coooll!
whatup2543
@katieluvstoto What is the matter with you? It is just a bit of fun with your horse. You obviously can not see the deep trust and bond between this horse and rider!
Terry Jones
Wow you gals have the full trust of the horses and you them what a great show keep up the good work... I look forward to seeing more of your parelli playing to come... Thank You
vrccb
Just plain awesome! clever girls. Happy horses and lots of fun thanks to Parelli. hx
katieluvstoto
@Forgecroft yeah well my pony feels safe and confident enough to calmy walk in, without risking himself a serious injury :)
Janet Evans
@katieluvstoto Think you are missing the point, the horse feels safe and confident enough to canter in to the trailer. 
katieluvstoto
@charlieandlucie its totally dangerous to canter a horse into a trailer, surely you realise that? and why are you looking up all the comments i've recently made just to reply back to cause an argument? i'm sure i'm allowed an opinion tbh :) 
katieluvstoto
@charlieandlucie i know, but why does the horse have to go backwards, or canter in? it's just asking for an injury tbh, just spend time with them getting them used to it, i did that with my pony and now he loads fine, without cantering up the ramp and without me having to wave a 'carrot stick' at him...
katieluvstoto
cantering a horse into a trailer? really? are you trying to cause the horse an injury? why not just lead the horse in normally, is there any point to this? i'm all for trust and whatever, but this, in my opinion, is unnecessary.
Anna Hill
Holy cow. That's amazing!
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