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Tell us: What do you truly want from your horsetime?

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        06-02-2012, 08:47 PM
    Tell us: What do you truly want from your horsetime?

    What do you TRULY want in the time that you spend with your horse? What kind of useful information has your trainer NOT provided for you? This question is aimed at helping a group of Trainers and Horsemanship Coaches to improve how and what we teach to equestrians.

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        06-02-2012, 08:51 PM
    I want that moment where my horse and I figure out something we've not yet figured out. That "ah hah!!" moment when a lightbulb comes on amd things click. Those are what make me proud and get me excited.

    I want to be able to do what I do perfectly and enjoy doing it. I don't wanna kind of do something, I want to do it to the best of mine and my horses ability because any other way isnt fair to either of us.

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