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bootcut

Re: Who is your favorite clinician?
Posted: Feb 3, 2008 at 1:13 PM
Just,
Mr Lazy changed his post..he originally stated he would not attend that due to her promoting black and white paint....yes..am aware that he rides competively and that is wonderful Just.but...let me assure you..that does not make him above anyone else...his sarcasm is uncalled for....you are entitled to your opinion and I respect that....as I am entitled to mine..and I am one that dislikes belittlement to others because they are not in the same so called click as he!!!..

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runswithhorses2

Re: Who is your favorite clinician?
Posted: Feb 3, 2008 at 1:35 PM
His original post was pretty rude, I agree with boot. Alot of his posts tend to be that way... kind of holier than thou. Perhaps he doesn't mean it that way, but that's how it comes across. I would imagine it's his competitive nature, which makes him successful in the competitive world of his chosen discipline. Unfortunately, it doesn't translate well into the world of the everyday horseperson who wants to expand their knowledge and abilities and take advantage of the clinicians to achieve that. Most of us are always seeking knowledge and will probably never be as qualified as Mr lazy is to discount those with more knowledge and experience. It's so much nicer to read posts that express a different opinion TACTFULLY... as the old saying goes about sugar vs vinegar. :)

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rancher2

Re: Who is your favorite clinician?
Posted: Feb 3, 2008 at 2:03 PM
Greeless, I never noticed it but you are correct about the horses on Paralli's show, they do look happy. However I thought those happy ones were the boy horses looking at Mrs Parilli.
About knowledge, training and ability with horses: There are several professional trainers and some competition riders at the pro level on this site. Most are not aware of who many of them are because they are good enough at what they do, to do it without tooting their own horn.

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runswithhorses2

Re: Who is your favorite clinician?
Posted: Feb 3, 2008 at 2:06 PM
That is so true, rancher (about the people, not the boy horses! LOL) ... I'm lucky enough to know a couple of them, and there is NO indication by their interactions here that they compete at the level that they do. Normal people who are more than happy to help and encourage others in their pursuit of horsemanship. :)

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rancher2

Re: Who is your favorite clinician?
Posted: Feb 3, 2008 at 2:15 PM
Runs, why don't you come on down to Texas some time and play with this fun group of people. There was a bunch of us at a competition in Stephenville yesterday and we had a good time. A couple of them entered and competed for the first time. Some sat and watched, encouraged and cheered for those of us crazy enough to get out there. Esta (paradise lady) was shooting away with her camera and maybe some can get posted soon.
There are all types of personalties on here and each is entitled to their own opinion. In it's simplest form, openly stated opinions are better received when written to support and help others rather than comments aimed at taking others down. Maybe its postive opinions as opposed to negative opinons, or something like that.

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julebar

Re: Who is your favorite clinician?
Posted: Feb 3, 2008 at 2:17 PM
YES!!!! the dorrance brothers, hunt, brannaman, and i guess i am a little old fashioned but i really do enjoy the way yeates presents his horse and himself when he is teaching. these newer clinicians are really teaching the same methods with maybe just a bit more "public" or "media" in mind. i too have to agree that we need more time and continuity with our horses in place of gimmics and so-called special equipment. but, on the other hand if having that parelli rope makes someone feel more confident about working with their own horse, that can only carry over to being more positive and having the horse sense confidence in its owner in place of timidness and perhaps elicit a stronger "right" response. hey----we can all learn something from anyone, whether it is what to do or what "not" to do. but--even though i have gotten some emails after some of my HIGHLY OPINIONATED comments i hope i have never come across as rude simply from a difference of opinion. i certainly will never hide my profile even though some of those emails were not real sweet. it is all about time w/our horses, time with horse people (who else would understand us) and time to know when to get quiet. i am quieted. God bless ya all!!

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runswithhorses2

Re: Who is your favorite clinician?
Posted: Feb 3, 2008 at 2:30 PM
That's a great invite Rancher! THANKS!! I'd love to meet you and Jeannie and the other ES'rs from that area. I'm sure I'd learn alot from ya'll! One of these days, I'll have to take you up on that offer-- and SOONER than later! :) That competition in Stephenville sounded like a BLAST! I read about all the fun ya'll have in that neck of the woods and wish I were closer, that's for sure. It seems like all my away time is spent in Denver, since that's where my kids are, and with a new grandson it's even more reason to spend time there. I will change that, I promise.
Yeah, julebar, the clinicians nowadays have to have the ability to appeal to the masses and maintain ENTERTAINMENT value as well as educational, to keep the audience tuned in. So many newbies to the industry that want a quick-fix, fast-learn, magic-stick way to deal with these magnificent creatures... I was one not-so-very-long-ago, but was fortunate enough to have 'old school' mentors who have forgotten more about working with horses than I will EVER have the opportunity to learn. I Thank God everyday for those incredible horsemen & women!!

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gressless

Re: Who is your favorite clinician?
Posted: Feb 3, 2008 at 3:19 PM
Lazytsha, Alice Trindle does not promote a black and white paint. If you care to know something about the lady you might just try meeting her at the ranch before you pass judgement. The ranch is not at the horseshow and on her own turf. It is sad you know so much you can't possibly learn any more! I, on the other hand, wish to keep on learning. Alice describes herself as an "aspiring horsewoman". I guess you are perfect.

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justacowgirl

Re: Who is your favorite clinician?
Posted: Feb 3, 2008 at 3:49 PM
Boot thanks for your in put...I don't read EVERY post put on the message board.
Still...Mr Lazyt has never been rude or condesending to me...and we've had some long, strong, discussions here on this forum....



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lazytsha

Re: Who is your favorite clinician?
Posted: Feb 3, 2008 at 5:28 PM

Let's get the facts right folks! It was in my post that I said it was THE PROMOTER!! The clinician is not the promoter. How much clearly can I state that!
So for the record yes I am-
OPINIONATED God bless the 1st AMMENDMENT

EDUCATED- God bless my parents for putting me through College even on horseback

COMPETITIVE- God bless my TYPE A personality because I'll be Dam* if I will sit around in a Lazy Boy because I am an Adrenaline Junky

Now read into this post what you may but apparently when I write something it is not read as black and white but construed, miss quoted, in many colors.


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