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Genre: Horse Training, Riding
Seven categories of interactions for you and your horse to develop a language together that will earn you your horse’s respect as a leader. The Games are based on the ways horses interact with each other in a natural herd dynamic to establish communication and dominance. The Seven Games are the basis of every maneuver you will want to teach your horse within the Parelli Program, no matter how basic or advanced.
Learn the games in order.
Vary them as you progress.
Advance them through faster gaits and longer lines (ropes).
Introduce obstacles and props.
Play them on the ground and when riding.
When you learn to use the , horses quickly understand what you want. The establish a language between horse and human that enables clarity of communication and positions you in the alpha role - head of the herd, even if there’s only two in your “herd.” The are natural to horses, but it’s a language we humans have to learn in order to communicate clearly and effectively.
The will help you solve problems and become a more effective horseman. They are actually seven categories of games, and when you learn how to think more categorically, it takes the mystery out of training horses.
Fear, spookiness, handling difficulties, resistance, and behavioral problems (both on the ground or riding) can all be solved effectively through communication, understanding and psychology, without subjugation or restraint.
You will see that every skill you want to teach your horse - from leading to flying changes, jumping to cutting, slide stops to piaffe - has its roots in one or a combination of the .
The Parelli philosophy is all about using behavioral psychology in training, and it teaches you to build a horse’s confidence in five areas:
In you as his leader
As a learner
In new environments
Among other horses
The give horsemen a language to use, a simple alphabet that builds into increasingly complex requests and “conversations” that horses can understand. Not only does the horse become calmer and more responsive, he becomes more mentally and emotionally connected to you - developing a partnership, strength of bond and loyalty, to the point that your horse will prefer to be with you more than with another horse.