The girls--Cheyenne and Cerra
Cerra is six this year and Cheyenne is four years old. They are my "girls" and are recently without their guy, Ranger, who was 20 when he had to leave us this spring. It has been a very interesting summer. I want to be their new alpha--leader of their herd of two. Making it a herd of three. I have been a Parelli student since I got into horses again after a break of 30 some years. My first two horses were older, Beau (13) and Lalique (15) and that lead to acquiring Ranger (16) and after that, the youngster, Cerra as a yearling. I found the Parelli program because I wanted to get into the educational aspects of horse ownership and found that things had changed dramatically since 4-H in the early 1970's!
The Parelli's, Pat and Linda, teach us that it's about Love, Language and Leadership, which resonates with me. After moving to Pepin I was fortunate enough to find that there is a young lady, Fran, who is deeply into the Parelli program and she has helped me tremendously with my horses. In fact, we got Cheyenne the proper start totally with the Parelli program. More about that later.
Fran has a blog which describes her experience with the program and her further training and experience so I won't try to explain it here. Just visit her journey if it is interesting to you at ---savvyup.blogspot.com
The interesting thing about Cheyenne (black) and Cerra (brown) is that they have the same (close to it) facial markings, have identical leg markings (three white feet). Isn't that what girls do when they find something that works? One in brown, one in black?!