4-Foot Savvy String specifically designed for kids 12 and under. To be used with the Kidz Stick (not included).
4-Foot long, smooth ¼ inch yachting braid, looped end for easy attachment, latigo popper.
Popper helps it become straight when swung. Great tool for ground skills, especially when combined with a Carrot Stick.
Combined total of 7’ when added to a Kidz Stick.
This is the string of a thousand uses and included in its many uses is to attach to the end of the Carrot Stick to help you get respect from your horse on the ground and build your horse's confidence in addition it can be used around your horse's neck to aid you in your journey to bridleless riding. Other uses include: lead with it; tie your doggie; make an emergency belt; tie gates shut... you name it!
Pat Parelli because of his martial arts background came up with the concept of awarding people specific color strings for their achievement in his Horse-man-ship Levels program. Everyone starts off in the Parelli Program starts off with a white string and as you achieve a level you are awarded a special colored string. Red for Level 1, Blue for Level 2, Green for Level 3 and Black for Level 4.
Colors: Our Premier color is white.
We also have fun custom colors that you can special order: vaquero, purple, lime, burgundy.
Special Note: Red, Blue, Green and Black Savvy Strings are given as official awards for official graduates of Level 1, 2, 3 and 4 respectively. They are also available for purchase by official graduates only.
6-Foot long, smooth 1/4 inch yachting braid, looped end for easy attachment, latigo popper.
Designed especially for leading and tying your bridled horse: instead of using the reins to lead or tie your horse, you can use this handy string which loops around your horse's neck or onto the noseband/bosalito. One of its many other uses includes handling foals and gently teaching them to follow a feel while allowing more drift. Choose between Blue or White.
Are you a fan of the Parelli 7 Games? Yes, we are too!
The Parelli 12-foot Training Rope is perfect for playing the seven games. It is also perfect for an everyday, all-purpose lead rope and training line for developing your feel and your horse's responsiveness and connection.
It is easy to hold and glides smoothly through your hands when you need to give your horse more drift.
Pat was inspired by Tom Dorrance's advice that horses need to be able to drift and teeter. During groundwork, your horse needs to be able to move out a bit and have enough room to turn and face you, get control, and then come back.
For this reason, you should choose a rope that moves through your hands smoothly to avoid jerking your horse. The Parelli rope is smooth, slightly forgiving, and will flow through your hands as your horse needs additional space.
Instead of dragging your horse from point A to point B, our ropes will allow for drift and teeter. This is because of the material they are made of, the weighted snap, and the length.
Safety Point to Ponder:
A horse should never be left alone with only a halter on. The halter will not break if it catches on something.
Ready for advanced ground skills?
You’ll be able to expand your horse's confidence and step up the challenge with the 22-foot Ground Training Line. The extra length enables more sensitive or scared horses to drift and allows you to gain respect from greater distances.
This 22-foot line has the same snap featured on our 12-foot line and is the perfect tool for On Line Level 2 skills and Get Ready for Liberty from the Savvy Series.
In 1987, on Pat's first trip to Australia, he ran into a Horseman Legend, Morris Wright. Morris was the number one proponent of the Jeffery method of taming wild Brumbys (Mustangs). He used a 22-foot rope made of rawhide. When Pat came back to the states, he trialed his now famous yachting braid. Over time it has become one of Pat's most popular products ever produced.
This is an essential tool in your Parelli program journey because horses are great judges of distance and approach. If you only use a 12-foot rope when educating your horse on the ground, your horse will soon become bored, and you will become ineffective. Using the 22-foot rope correctly has a similar psychological effect to what you might expect if you used a round corral.more advanced ground skills." Pat Parelli
The 22-Foot Parelli Rope is a versatile tool that plays an important role in horse training and natural horsemanship. It was developed by Pat Parelli, renowned horse trainers and founders of the Parelli Natural Horsemanship system.
The Parelli Rope is made from high-quality material that is both durable and flexible. It has a length of 22 feet, allowing for sufficient distance from the horse while still maintaining clear communication. The rope is often made of soft, braided nylon or polyester, which feels comfortable in the hand and is easy to handle.
With the Parelli Rope, various exercises and techniques can be performed to build a harmonious connection between human and horse. It can be used, for example, to lead the horse, direct it around obstacles, or control it in different gaits. The rope also serves to provide clear signals and show the horse how to behave in different situations.
An important aspect of the Parelli Rope is its non-verbal communication. By the way the rope is held, swung, or relaxed, the human can send subtle signals to the horse and give it instructions. This allows for fine-tuning and precision in the communication between rider and horse.
The Parelli Rope is often used in combination with a Parelli knot halter that applies gentle pressure to the horse's nose, making it responsive to cues. This interaction of rope and knot halter enables effective communication and a respectful partnership.
Overall, the 22-Foot Parelli Rope is a valuable tool for horse owners and riders who aim for refined communication and partnership with their horse. It offers a variety of applications and is an essential component of the Parelli Natural Horsemanship system. By using this rope, humans and horses can deepen their relationship and build a trusting connection.
The 22 Foot (7m) Lariat Rope has the same characteristics as the 45 Foot Lariat Rope (14m Lasso). The lightweight 7m Lariat Rope is ideal for practicing driving your zone 5 horse on the ground. Including a light carabiner.
Perfect for advanced one-rein driving or as a lightweight 22-foot play line. Comes with a brass finger snap at one end and leather popper at the other end. Constructed with thinner, lighter rope than our standard 9, 12, and 22 foot Lines. Has the same Â¼-inch braid as our Savvy Strings.
Linda designed this when she was looking for a lighter line that would test a horse’s softness but still provide a physical connection at an advanced level. Made from the same ¼-inch braid as the Savvy String, but 22-foot long with optional delicate snap! Feather Lines are also perfect for long-lining and ground driving. The 22-foot Feather Line rope comes in a set of 2. Ideal for refining your On Line play, including Zone 5 driving and long-lining. Ask your horse to respond to feather-light touch as a savvy test of higher level contact and connection on the ground.
Delivery incl. 2x Brass Finger Snap.
The Parelli Horseman's Halter is different than any other halter on the market. Pat perfected the design and used to tie them himself on the way to clinics (someone else was driving of course!) Today Parelli halters are still hand-tied using smooth yachting braid (which is almost unbreakable) with simple knots that strategically balance on your horse's head.
Mini/Foal: Smaller, refined Miniatures, and most newborn foals.
Pony/Weanling: Shetland, Welsh, and larger Miniatures.
Arabian: Petite Arabians with tea-cup noses, larger ponies, and Quarter Horse-type yearlings. If your horse's nose is much larger than your fist, a Regular halter is recommended.
Regular: Most Quarter Horses, Paints, Thoroughbreds, Mustangs, Fell, Highland, Icelandic, New Forest, Reinrassiger Freiberger, Haflinger and Cobs.
Warmblood: Quarter Horses with large jowls, smaller Draft crosses/American Warmbloods, Trakehners, Dutch Warmbloods, Selle Francais, Fresians, Hanoverians, Holsteiners, Oldenburgs, Irish Drafts, Lipizzaners and Freiberger mit Warmblut Anteil.
Draft: Percheron, Belgian, Clydesdale, Shire (or very large-headed horses).
12 Foot Rope
Pat's training line is way more than a lead rope. Being 12 feet long it gives you the ability to direct and support your horse from the ground and stay a safe distance away. The average lead rope is 7 feet long. The additional 5 feet that is on your training line gives you more safety and control while allowing your horse to also feel safe by allowing him to drift when he is unconfident.
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Take your communication with your horse to the next level with our 45-foot Ground Training Line. This is a Parelli designed softened version of a Roping Lariat. It is an essential tool for developing your horsemanship skills on the ground from greater distances, particularly from Levels 3 to Level 4 On Line, as you advance
"Pat had the lay of this nylon lariat deliberately softened for horse handling. It has life, sensitivity and lightness." Pat Parelli
Improve your handiness, your drive and draw, the clarity of your phases, and your overall connection with your horse.This product is ideal for dealing with wild or un-started horses as it allows the horse maximum drift as well as more agility for the horseman.
Pat Parelli's first horse training mentor was Troy Henry from Clovis, California. He shared with Pat the psychological advantages of teaching the horse all of his basic education on the ground in a round corral as well as on line. Troy always used a 45-foot line. You had to be very athletic and handy in order to use this tool
When Pat first started doing his clinics in the early 1980s, it became obvious this was a great tool, but not necessarily a great one to start with, hence the reason for the 12 and 22-foot lines. The difference between the 45-foot training line and the others is the material. The yachting braid is softer on your hands but also heavier, the 45-foot line is made from a triple soft Lariat material and is much lighter but still has the special feel that horses respond positively to.
The reason the 45-foot rope has a psychological effect on horses is because they are great judges of distance and approach, and it blows their minds how you can be so effective and communicative from such a distance.
Used correctly, your horse will soon want to connect to you and follow your suggestions even if you drop the rope. Suggested for solid Level 3 students and above.