Parelli Natural Horsemanship has expanded its television repertoire with Amazing Grace, an inspiring educational documentary that details a problem horse’s journey with Pat Parelli at the 2013 Parelli Performance Summit. Now airing on RFD-TV, Amazing Grace is bound to catch the attention of many equine enthusiasts worldwide.
Grace, a problem horse from Oregon, and her owner, Tamara Tate, traveled to the Parelli Performance Summit in Pagosa Springs, Colorado, to be coached by Pat Parelli. Grace had not been saddled in years and exhibited explosive behavior. According to Tate, “I knew Grace was an amazing horse, because she would slip up and let me see it sometimes. So, to me, she was worth the long trip from Oregon. I learned that I had made one of the best decisions of my life while I watched Pat work with her.”
Pat had to help Grace gain confidence and control to overcome her fears. Through trusted Parelli Natural Horsemanship training practices like the Seven Games, Pat was able to establish trust in Grace by the end of the Summit.
The seven-episode series is now airing on RFD-TV on Wednesdays at 10 p.m. EST. Visit Parelli.com for the full RFD-TV schedule and additional information on the Parelli Program.
The Parelli method combines in-depth equine psychology and common sense communication techniques in a proven recipe for horse and rider success. It allows horse owners at all levels of experience (from trail rider to Olympic-level dressage rider) to achieve success without force, partnership without dominance, and harmony without coercion. The wider goal is to help create a better world for horses and the people who love them. To learn more about the Parelli Program, visit Parelli.com.