Any cutting or cowhorse trainers in East Texas need a little free help?

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    03-17-2012, 06:35 PM
Any cutting or cowhorse trainers in East Texas need a little free help?

Hello everyone,

My name is Ed. I live in Whitehouse Texas. I find myself in a situation where I am horseless. I miss riding and would like to find someplace where I could lope horses and turn back for a trainer. It would just be a weekend thing whenever I am free. I did a little showing with a cutting horse but found I really don't care for shows. I also worked for a cutting horse trainer years ago. I'm not green but haven't ridden in almost a year. It doesn't have to be cutting but it does need to involve cow work. I need a purpose when I ride. Hope to hear from some of you. Thanks.
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    05-11-2012, 03:13 PM
You are quite a ways away from us, but good luck in getting back into horses! And welcome to the forum. =)
    05-11-2012, 05:01 PM
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Hi Ed, Welcome to the Horse Forum.

Here is a link to a list of trainers on the NCHA website. They are listed by country and state. Texas has a bunch of them. Surely you can find one on it to hang out with.
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