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Considering a Foundation Bred QH for reining

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    02-15-2013, 04:23 PM
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Considering a Foundation Bred QH for reining

I have a TNW that I have very well versed in Clinton Anderson methods..
I did a lot of research when I got him bc I was an eventer in my past and wanted to change gears.. He is such a good boy. I also shopped some foundation bred QH and road a grand champion reiner. The spins.. Roll backs .. And sliding stops were exilerating .
Im trying to find a group that could help me
Would this be the place to start the thread.. Im not techy so bare with me
     
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    02-15-2013, 05:42 PM
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Yearling
The best place to start is on a seasoned show horse whom knows his job under the watchful eye of a reining trainer. Reining isnt a sport that you can expect to compete well in without a horse bred specifically for reining and someone who can train specifically for reining horses
     

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