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4-H INVITED FOR FREE TO ALL PARELLI NATURAL HORSEMANSHIP TOURS



Parelli Natural Horsemanship recognizes the importance of educating children and keeping them excited about achieving their dreams. To help support and encourage 4-H participants with their interests in horses, all 4-H members (adult leaders too!) are invited to all Parelli Natural Horsemanship Success With Horses tours throughout the year for FREE!

Anyone who has even glimpsed Pat and Linda Parelli at an event knows that Parelli Natural Horsemanship seminars are fast-paced, fun, and loaded with surprises, humor, and savvy secrets. The Success With Horses tour is packed with innovative information and valuable lessons that horsemen of all skill levels can teach their horses - from the beginner to the Olympic contender. "This isn't about what I can do with horses," says Pat Parelli, "it's about what I can teach you to do with horses."

The Success With Horses tour is coming to Pendleton, South Carolina and Andalusia, Alabama in February; Scottsdale, Arizona and Amarillo, Texas in March; and Lake St. Louis, Missouri in April. For more details and locations of tours through the end of the year, please visit www.parelli.com.

Here's a fabulous bonus: 4-H members and leaders are also invited for free to "The Future of Training" with Pat and Linda Parelli and Olympic medalists Karen and David O'Connor at our evening performance at the Rocky Mountain Horse Expo, Friday, March 14 at 7:00 p.m. And for you Western fans, reining champion Craig Johnson and Pat Parelli will razzle and dazzle the audience during their "The Future of Training" event the following evening on Saturday, March 15 at 7:00 p.m. To learn more about the Rocky Mountain Horse Expo in Denver, Colorado, visit rockymountainhorseexpo.com

To obtain your FREE tickets, simply have your 4-H Extension Office fax us (on their letterhead) with a list of adult leaders and number of children to 970/731-9763, or call Laura Rome at 800/642-3335 and she'll be glad to help you.

For more information on all Parelli events and our Savvy System of education, visit www.parelli.com.

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