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    01-26-2012, 02:31 AM
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Hey guys, I have been training horses for the last several years and this year, I got my insurance and started out of the barn I live at. It has been going very successfully, I am solidly booked and am enjoying the challenging horses. Amazing what you learn from each and every one. I was worried at first to be training someone elses horse in case something happened, but I guess that's always a risk in the end and every horse I've done and we have sold, has done well and I have heard later about them. So as long as people are happy with me.

I need some help with names, I can't think of anything. I am a dressage/jumper rider mainly and am more focusing on soft horsemanship. I have done Western Pleasure with an excellent western coach for 3 years and done so successfully, started a few horses for the discipline. This year got into reining, what I had originally bought my mare for and trained two for that.I don't have national level credential due to finances and my dressage is not where I want it yet. I have 12 years experience plus my life growing up and learning to work from a horse's level and be in their mind but I am by no means a national level amazing rider, but I have good skill from what I have heard, so I will go with it I guess.. I am doing starting and refreshers right now as well as working with a few disabled children as a therapy thing, because I love volunteer work and am always doing things to help out so I decided to step up when I heard about two children. I worked with several kids with disabilities when I was young and around their age and I loved it, the appreciation they had and when they made progress. To just see that things could bring a smile to their face was amazing.

Basically, I am looking for a more professional name. Maybe something dressage related or with equine in it. Im not sure. Throw it out there, even if you think its lame, I would love to hear it. Much appreciated!!
     
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    01-26-2012, 02:40 AM
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What is your current name? Maybe work your current name into a new name using both? Since you are training and doing therapy riding maybe work in 'equine training and therapeutic riding'. With your current name somehow?
     
    01-26-2012, 02:44 AM
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Originally Posted by cowgirlup07    
what is your current name? Maybe work your current name into a new name using both? Since you are training and doing therapy riding maybe work in 'equine training and therapeutic riding'. With your current name somehow?

I don't have a name, but the stable name of my parents is Mystic Meadows Equine.

I feel like I should call it MM Equine..lol
     
    01-26-2012, 03:20 AM
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I personally like MM Equine. I'm having to rename mine as I'm not strictly a rescue ranch anymore
     
    01-26-2012, 10:56 AM
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    01-26-2012, 11:23 AM
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Since the Capriole is the air above the ground that most resembles a jump, perhaps you could incorporate this in your title. =D
     
    01-27-2012, 12:03 AM
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Originally Posted by Corporal    
Since the Capriole is the air above the ground that most resembles a jump, perhaps you could incorporate this in your title. =D
Hmm.. Capriole Equestrian?

Idk.. would that sound odd?
     

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