Just be careful, this isn't your horse, so if you mess up then it is all on you. Just because you've broke one horse doesn't make you qualified. The trainers I know have worked (I mean riding every 4 days, not just mucking stalls and brushing them) with horses for 10+ years and did job shadows (or went to college for it) with well known trainers before they started to train horses.
And correct me if I'm wrong but didn't you post saying your horse was lame? And that you have never dealt with a lame horse before?
To me that doesn't sound like experience.
Last edited by White Foot; 02-11-2010 at 03:00 PM.