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How To Form A Strong Mental Connection
With Practically ANY Horse In Less Time
Than It Takes To Clean A Bridle.

Use A Horse's Own Instincts To Get Inside Its Head!

Now On Video: Simple procedure raises you to a new level of horse communication.

You can take pretty much any horse in the world and form a strong mental connection with it in just a few minutes.

And you can do it without even touching it!!

That's right. Without even touching it.

Imagine being able to have any horse, that is not mentally ill or hormonally unbalanced, focused on you awaiting your direction in mere minutes!

Mere minutes, without touching it.

Mere minutes that will help the horse leave behind attention, fear, trust and respect problems.

Impossible? Not at all thanks to a simple procedure horses themselves use with each other.

My name is Marv Walker. This high-traffic web site, helps folks around the world who are seeking help with horse problems.

They email me, call me and come visit me looking for help with their horse problems. They also haul me around the country to do clinics where people bring their horses to me for problem solving or to learn how to develop a closer connection with them.

I'm really quite successful at helping people solve their horse problems and become closer to their horses. Hardly a day goes by that someone doesn't contact me and say "SoAndSo said I should contact you..."

No brag, just fact.

The key to my success is a simple horse herd dynamics procedure I took directly from the horses themselves.

It came right from the horse's mouth so to speak.

If you watch a group of horses you'll see that for the most part everything is peace and harmony with each horse having its own place in the herd and being satisfied with it.

This placing is the result of a very straight forward process the horses use to discover where they fit in.

They simply talk it out.

They talk it out amongst themselves so subtly that humans miss all but a very little bit of it. Yet the herd members never do. A mere glance, a slight movement or the softest squeal can tell all the other horses exactly what that horse wants. The other horses then tell that horse whether or not the horse can have what it wants.

If they believe the horse is strong enough to take what it wants, they let it do so. If they don't, they resist. And then they work it out amongst themselves.

Horse people see this going on all the time with horses. You have one horse that all the other horses respect. That horse calls all the shots. It sleeps where it wants, it drinks when it wants, it eats the other horses' food as it chooses.

And all the other horses accept that horse's right to do that.

There is no complaining, just acceptance.

In over 50 years of living with horses I watched them finding their places in their herds. I noticed how an ear slightly turned back told another horse, "Stay away." I saw how a mere glance could move a horse from one place to another. I saw how lesser ranked horses aligned themselves with higher ranked horses.

I would marvel at how simple and effortless it was for them to get along and communicate with each other..

I would watch them interacting and think to myself, "Too bad horses and humans don't have a similar system of communication. Horses seem to be preprogrammed to react in a set manner to a set action. If only I could present those actions to them and have them respond in the same way they do in a herd."

I thought if I could do that I could quickly establish myself as a lead "horse" and have the horse focused on me and save myself a LOT of horse training time.

You see I had kind of a local reputation at the time as one who was able to get inside a horse's head. I'd just keep working with a horse in a round pen and elsewhere until one day it would scream at me, "You moron! I have this! I have had it for a long time! I don't know what else I can do to tell you that!"

And at that point, I'd pat myself on the back and say, "About time."

Actually the connection had been made long before but I missed it. I was too busy trying to reinvent the wheel.

I was wasting time trying to establish a connection I already had because I didn't understand what the horses was trying to tell me or for that matter, what I was telling the horse.

Eventually the horse and I would work out a happy medium in dealing with each other.

And then came the day I realized there was a faster, easier, more predictable way to connect with horses.

I was watching the horses after just finishing a horse training book. Wasn't much of a book, but I'm a voracious reader and read everything I can in hopes of finding something useful. In the whole book there was only a couple of things worth reading and they were things I'd already observed but the book shed a new light on them. As I watched and pondered, my usual train of thought was running, "It's almost as if they are genetically preprogrammed to respond to those actions in a set manner. If I could only become a horse."

I'd seen Canada geese drawn to decoys the size of an SUV. I'd seen moose defer to guys holding larger antlers on their heads than the moose had on theirs. I'd read about native Americans moving unnoticed among buffalo while crawling on their hands and knees with buffalo hides draped over themselves. I'd seen ostrich confuse bent over people holding a plunger above their heads with ostrich. Immature condors respond to hand puppets.

"Why couldn't the same concept work with horses?" I asked myself.

It was like a lightning bolt went off in my head!

I INSTANTLY knew how I could use those same actions I'd seen horses use amongst themselves to quickly produce a focused, connected horse.

I'd simply present the horses with the same actions I saw the lead horses present. I KNEW other horses would respond exactly the same way they did to a lead horse. Horses were so responsive to those actions I was certain they wouldn't stop to sort out who or what was presenting them.

I grabbed one of our most troublesome old broodmares from the pasture and took her into the round pen.

She was a real pain, dangerous to handle, dangerous to ride. She had spent 16 years of her life as a trainer's ace in the hole. He would take her to every show he took client's horses to. If he was having a ribbon drought with his training horses he'd saddle or harness the mare and enter her in classes. If he was still on her back or in the cart at the end of the class they placed in the top three.

He'd hang her ribbons, coolers, silver plates and what have you on his stall drapes. Folks walking by would never once stop to consider all those awards came from one ace in the hole horse. We stopped breeding the show horses and the trainer burnt out a couple years later so we brought her back home to spend her last days with the rest of our retired show stock.

All those years in the show barn had left their mark on her.

The trainer told us to not anyone ride her. When the trainer's brother unloaded her and handed me the leadline he said, "I rode that horse, once." My business partner told me her ride on the horse years before was a "religious experience. I said, 'Just let me off and I'll never ask for anything again.'" Her husband said, "My ride was like a motorcycle with a stuck throttle and no brakes."

In about 5 minutes I had a totally different horse.

I was so elated by my discovery that I wandered around that pen muttering in surprised disbelief with her in my pocket.

She became my favorite all time trail horse. I ride in some pretty remote places (I even do some of it asleep in the saddle) and she is the most dependable and easy going horse I have ever ridden.

About that time I did a little work with other folks' horse problems and had made a few suggestions to other folks on some Internet horse email list I was on at the time who having horse problems. Then the "Horse Whisperer" craze hit and the media came calling.

Next thing you know folks from all over the world are contacting me with horse questions.

All because of a simple little procedure.

Been a lot of horses since then and the procedure that has come to be known around the world as Marv Walker's Bonder has never failed me. It works today like it did the first time I used it.

Quite a number of the folks who sent for a copy of the procedure began hounding me for videos and after putting it off for a few years, I put one together.

Actually since then I've put a number of videos together.

My videos are not glossy professional productions. They are not intended to be pretty, merely dispense some powerful information. In fact I call them "Wartznall Productions."

They are what I call "tractor" quality, nothing fancy but they turn over some ground.

My videos are "clinics in a box."

This video begins with some "line shack" title shots consisting of some pieces of paper I aimed the camera at. Then it goes into me standing in front of a dry erase board slapped up on a wall for an hour of logic, theory and application.

Then after a few seconds of fuzz it then goes into a beginning to end, little talking, just doing it, 14 minute segment working with an older Holsteiner mare.

Then it goes into the first segment with a buddy sour mare for an hour and a half demo and commentary. This is followed by the second segment, about a half hour, with the buddy sour mare a week or so after the first session.

The video then concludes with two just going at it sessions with two other horses. The last two sessions are overdubbed since the wind at Hillsboro, GA the day we shot was enough to blow the original sound.

The video is somewhere between 3 - 4 hours long and deals only with adult horses.

This video provides in-depth coverage of the practical application of herd dynamics. This is the procedure responsible for the growth of my site and the consistent results I'm able to produce. This procedure will work with any horse not mentally ill or hormonally unbalanced and will produce a connected, focused horse.

You will plainly see horses are genetically preprogrammed to respond to the herd dynamics procedure demonstrated on this video. This procedure will help you leave behind attention, fear, respect and trust problems.

Whether you are having trouble with halter, bridle, saddle, grooming or brush, leg wrap or shipping boot issues, or you just want to interact with horses a little better, this video is for you. It doesn't matter whether you wear Ariat or Justin boots, jods or jeans, chaps, western hats or helmets, this video is for you. Reining or roping, dressage or driving, this video will help enhance your horse relationships.

The information laid out and demonstrated step by step in this video will bring you to a new level of horse communication and connection ability few horse people have.

This video will give you a deeper understanding of herd dynamics, one of the main components in the techniques of John Lyons, Pat Parelli, Monty Roberts, Buck Branneman, Mark Raschid, Ray Hunt, Tom Dorrance, Harry Whitney and others.

This video will help you achieve amazing success by showing you how to communicate with horses on the horses' level.

This DVD video is over 3 hours of in-depth explaining and demonstrations. The actual process can be accomplished in mere minutes but the theory behind it takes a little longer to explain and demonstrate.

And all my videos come with an ironclad guarantee: If you don't think they are worth what you paid for them, return them for a full refund.

To order your copy of "How To Form An Awesome Mental Connection With Practically Any Horse In Less Time Than It Takes To Clean A Bridle" send $15 (free US & Canada shipping) to:

Marv Walker
PO Box 523
Monticello, GA 31064

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Marv Walker

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