04-02-2013, 12:36 PM
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I live in Montana, there are plenty of cowboys here if a horse needs to be broncked out, per se. My point is that even they wont do it for free, their time and safety is worth something. Never would I advertise that I would work with potentially dangerous horses- there are plenty of other people out there willing to take that risk... I say potentially dangerous because you do not know these animals, or if their owners are fairly representing them. You'll learn more from tuning up horses for and with a trainer, rather than trying to fix/train green ones and increasing the likelihood of getting hurt. This is not an attack- would anyone disagree that working with a green horse has the same risks as a seasoned horse? ALL horses are dangerous; but green or unhandled ones can me much more of a risk. Around me, no trainer worth their salt will do [I]anything[I] with someone else's horse for free... Their reputations speak for themselves and keeps their barn full, and the bills paid.