Join Date: May 2008
Location: Flinthills, Tallgrass of Kansas
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They can also cut millions of Julian fries. But wait that's not all order today and get a free poop scoop "you know we can't do this all day".
Actually that's not uncommon Craig Cameron was doing the same thing Ken McNabb, Cris Cox, and yes Parelli too. They all sell the horses they train and big names demand big bucks. Some friends of ours, who keep a herd of about 60 head do the same thing. No TV ads, but they prefer to give riding lessons and take the price of lessons off the horse, if you buy it from them. That way you learn to train and ride the horse you are buying. They have had many horses returned from even experienced riders that aren't matched to that horse, (they sell peruvian pasos, and train horses for cowboy mounted shooting) Some people buy the horse because of color or looks. Some have experiance but never had a gaited horse. This way they can match horse to rider, from personality to ability, and help riders learn to ride a gaited horse, and learn how the horse was trained. It ends up being better for both horse and rider, with more happy return customers. I know the best money I ever spent was when I took a green broke QH to them to finish out. They said they would do it, but they would rather teach me to finish the mare myself. I took the mare to their place and went by for lessons after work. Within a couple weeks we were more than horse and rider, we were partners.
"Horses raise what the farmer eats and eats what the farmers raises" "You can't plow in the ground and get gasoline"...Will Rogers 1932