How to find a trainer?

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    04-24-2012, 10:20 AM
Green Broke
How to find a trainer?

I've been wanting to start up on english for a looong time, but I can't find a trainer near me:( My current trainer who has been training my colt for the past few months used to train HUS, but he lives 3 hours away and I am not willing to go that far for weekly lessons:P

I really want to find somebody near me...Preferably in the same county, but I am definitely. Willing to travel out a little ways (not 3 hours however lol).

I tried craigslist but my ad got deleted and I felt that was a rather poor way since I don't really know who I am meeting or anything about them.:/
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    04-25-2012, 04:58 PM
So ask at the feed store near you, ask your vet, ask your farrier and ask at any local shows and/or stables near you - especially if the riders at these local barns are doing well.

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