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        06-23-2014, 03:55 PM
    reading materials and arena work

    I'm doing groundwork on a new horse and i'm doing a lot of the training by myself since I only take lessons every other week.

    So i'm following a Cherry Hill book (love her).

    I've been copying pages and taking them with me, putting them in my back pocket but they fall out.

    Any ideas on what I could hang onto the arena or round pen that could hold my instructional materials.?

    (I know - i'm so anal.........)
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        06-23-2014, 04:55 PM
    Recite the book to yourself onto an audio file and put it on an mp3 player or your phone, etc and have one headphone in while you are working with your horse.
        06-23-2014, 05:15 PM
    I use Springpad on my phone. Its a note book app that is really useful for numerous things. I have my whole training log on it. You can do multiple notebooks and in each one you can add links, pictures, audio, to-do list, events, products, all sorts of things. I love it personally!
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