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Looking for a good problem horse trainer in Syracuse NY

I have a 3 year old orphan horse, and I am looking for someone that is capable of working her through her dislike of being touched and helping me break her. I just took over my own store and am currently working 52 hours a week. I just don't have 5 days a week to work with her, and I don't want my window of opportunity to close. She is a very smart and talented horse that just got a rough start in life and she really just needs a month or so of intense training to work her through this. I have done a lot of work with her already and she trusts me so I would never consider selling her.
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