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    07-17-2011, 11:23 PM
Need new Hunter/Jumper trainer in SE Wisconsin!

I'm looking for a hunter/jumper/eventer trainer in southeastern Wisconsin. My current trainer (who will remain unnamed) spent the majority of my last lesson talking on her cell phone even though I just told her that I had a horrible fall the week before. Very frustrating. I'm looking for a low key barn where people want to have fun. I'm an adult so not a kid focused barn, but kids present are ok. Anyone out there absolutely love their trainer? Or you are a trainer and think you're awesome!? I'm not finding a lot on the internet and I've been out of the loop since I'm just getting back into competitive riding so word of mouth isn't working either. Help!
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    07-18-2011, 02:54 AM
Heh I feel for ya, a good trainer is sooooooooooo hard to find these days. If you were in my neck of the woods I could point you in the right direction, im training at a barn where it's all adults lol, it's wonderful. Good luck finding a good trainer, unfortunatly theres tons of bad ones out there >.<

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