Originally Posted by Beau Baby
Although her price to me isn't right. Her trailer in lessons are $50 for 45 minutes. To me that isn't really fair.
Price depends on where you are located in the US - With pro's I have paid upwards of $200/hour on my horse at their barn - which means trailoring at least 1 hour away. My local trainer is $50 per hour and she adds a travel fee on top of that - depending on how far away your place is from her. If you trailer in, since she doesn't own the barn she trains at, it costs an additional $10 to the barn owner to cover insurance, etc.
So the first principal is find the best fit for a trainer for you and your horse. I suggest you "audit" her training someone, specifically at or near your riding level, BEFORE you take a lesson with her. That way you can make sure that you can learn from her and her style of teaching fits your style of learning.