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Home Study: Four Savvys Levels Program
Pat Parelli has divided his educational program into four distinct areas, or “Savvys” – On Line, Liberty, FreeStyle and Finesse. Within these Savvys, there are four Levels of at-home study: Levels 1, 2, 3, and 4. In order to make your Parelli pathway as intuitive and student-friendly as possible, we have re-organized the Four Savvys into 12 individual parts! That way, you can stay progressive in exactly the Level and Savvy you want, one step at a time. Each of our Four Savvys Levels packs contain hours of DVD lessons with Pat Parelli, along with pocket guides, student lessons, interactive bonus lessons, and more. This is the definitive Parelli education series, and with it, you will be well on your way to becoming a true Horseman.
Home Study: Four Savvys Levels 1-4: Box Set
This is it: the culmination of 30 years of Parelli education. Everything you need to become a stronger rider, a better communicator, a rock star at the barn, a horseman – it’s all here in the Four Savvys.By dividing the Parelli Program into four distinct areas (On Line, Liberty, FreeStyle & Finesse), Pat Parelli has opened the door for you to make your horsemanship education truly unique. This program has transformed hundreds of thousands of horse lovers just like you into exceptionally talented, thoughtful, well-rounded horsemen and women.The Four Savvys Complete Pack is the definitive Parelli education collection. Whether you are a lifelong Parelli student or you wouldn’t know Pat Parelli if he walked up to you and shook your hand, the Four Savvys will transform you into a truly spectacular horseman.Linda Parelli on the Four Savvys:“When I go to play with my horse, sometimes I only play on the ground – mostly at Liberty these days, unless I take him jumping logs and moving out in the playground, but mostly I ride. So I’m playing in two or three Savvys sometimes. It makes it more interesting, and I tend to get more creative and thoughtful about what I’m doing and where I’m going with my horse as we advance. And now that I'm studying the art of riding with precision with dressage master Walter Zettl, I find it more important than ever to keep a balance in the Four Savvys, rather than becoming overly focused on Finesse.Many times, people will want to start at the top with the most challenging things, but that doesn't always lead to putting the horse first. I think Pat has organized the Savvys in such a way that it encourages people to get the fundamentals down first. Once you've got a solid foundation, you start making incredible progress, and that's when the real fun begins! If you want to become a horseman, that’s the way to do it!”