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How far is too far away for a good trainer?

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        12-05-2013, 11:36 AM
    The closest in door here is 40 minutes from me so that changes me prospective. Very rural. Glad some of you have closer areas to work you horse with!
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        12-05-2013, 11:50 AM
    For a trainer, if I felt they would do the best job and the horse would be there for at least 90 days or so...I'd do several hours. But then I would not expect to be involved on a regular basis.

    If I wanted an instructor for myself, about an hour would be my limit. But then I pretty much live an hour away from most services so that distance would be normal.

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