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Nombre de messages : 1416
Age : 27
Localisation : senneterre, abitibi
Loisir : Équitation, Photographie, Art
Tes chevaux ? : Mygnonne & Sonara
Date d'inscription : 04/11/2008

MessageSujet: horsenalitu by pat parelli   Dim 21 Déc - 21:15

nous avons des PERSOnalité et les chevaux on des HORSEnality Smile

voila en gros la définition donné sur le site de parelli
Right brain extrovert
Characteristics of a "Right Brained" (RB) Extrovert include being frantic, fearful, and may have a tendency to bolt and rear. RB Extroverts are usually held back and tied down when they are panicky (martingales, nosebands, gag bits, twisted wire, etc).

RB horses act instinctively, without thinking, just like they operate in the wild. There is no time to think, the moment they perceive danger they react in fear and take flight. At the minimum, RB horses are unconfident. At worst, they are often described as crazy! What is certain is that they are dangerous... dangerous to ride, dangerous when they are in unfamiliar situations. They are fearful, spooky, claustrophobic, over-reactive, hypersensitive, can't think, emotional and have difficulty with anything that changes. Horses operating in the RB mode are not safe. They don't have self-control and they have a lot of trouble learning.

RB horses need you to build their confidence. They need lots of 'approach and retreat' instead of being pushed past their confidence thresholds. They also need lots of repetition when learning, because changes scare them. Once they are confident they become better learners because their brain doesn't shut down with fear.

Extroverted horses tend to be energetic, excitable and quick and need quick action from their riders and handlers. They need their frantic patterns to be effectively interrupted and their energy to be constructively directed. This makes them calmer and focuses their attention.


right brain introvert
Characteristics of a "Right Brained" (RB) Introvert include being tense, shy, unpredictable, and may have a tendency to freeze, and then explode. RB Introverts are usually pushed to go forward when they are hesitant and unsure.

RB horses act instinctively, without thinking, just like they operate in the wild. There is no time to think, the moment they perceive danger they react in fear and take flight. At the minimum, RB horses are unconfident. At worst, they are often described as crazy! What is certain is that they are dangerous... dangerous to ride, dangerous when they are in unfamiliar situations. They are fearful, spooky, claustrophobic, over-reactive, hypersensitive, can't think, emotional and have difficulty with anything that changes. Horses operating in the RB mode are not safe. They don't have self-control and they have a lot of trouble learning.

RB horses need you to build their confidence. They need lots of 'approach and retreat' instead of being pushed past their confidence thresholds. They also need lots of repetition when learning, because changes scare them. Once they are confident they become better learners because their brain doesn't shut down with fear.

Introverted horses tend to appears withdrawn and "slow" and need things to happen very slowly. These horses are so often misread as quiet and stubborn, but in the RB Introvert?s case, he has crawled into his shell while the LB Introvert has shut you out, much like the teenager who pretends he can?t hear you. These horses need you to be able to do nothing, sometimes for quite a while before they become confident enough to come out, or curious enough to want to engage.


left brain extrovert
Characteristics of a "Left Brained" (LB) Extrovert include being mischievous, energetic, willful, disobedient, domineering, and may have a tendency to be mouthy, nip and bite. LB Extroverts are easy to train unless you are boring and repetitive in which case they act up and become unruly.

LB horses are not afraid of people, they are self confident, brave, are relatively insensitive, playful, mouthy, exuberant and dominant. At minimum, these horses can be pushy and disobedient, and at worst they are aggressive. Keep in mind, these horses can be dangerous when they don't like or trust people.

LB horses need you to become a lot more interesting. They need things to do. They are usually quite playful and are easily bored by riders who are fixated on perfecting a maneuver, and that's what makes them act up. Because they are so confident they are fast learners.

Extroverted horses tend to be energetic, excitable and quick and need quick action from their riders and handlers. They need their frantic patterns to be effectively interrupted and their energy to be constructively directed. This makes them calmer and focuses their attention.


left brain introvert
Characteristics of "Left Brained" (LB) Introverts include bored, disinterested, unmotivated, sulls up (stops and won't go forward in defiance), lazy and stubborn and may have a tendency to buck. LB Introverts simply win out by being non-responsive until you give up.

LB horses are not afraid of people, they are self confident, brave, are relatively insensitive, playful, mouthy, exuberant and dominant. At minimum, these horses can be pushy and disobedient, and at worst they are aggressive. Keep in mind, these horses can be dangerous when they don't like or trust people.

LB horses need you to become a lot more interesting. They need things to do. They are usually quite playful and are easily bored by riders who are fixated on perfecting a maneuver, and that's what makes them act up. Because they are so confident they are fast learners.

Introverted horses tend to appears withdrawn and "slow" and need things to happen very slowly. These horses are so often misread as quiet and stubborn, but in the RB Introvert's case, he has crawled into his shell while the LB Introvert has shut you out, much like the teenager who pretends he can't hear you. These horses need you to be able to do nothing, sometimes for quite a while before they become confident enough to come out, or curious enough to want to engage.

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