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    12-03-2009, 12:28 AM
  #11
Trained
I think they do it to promote the sport over there. If you try and get reining and reined cow horse into an area and there is no good trainers or people interested it will not work. I know of a lot of trainers who come over from other countrys and work with the BNT here to learn then go back and set up shop.
     
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    12-03-2009, 08:46 AM
  #12
Showing
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Originally Posted by Shananigan    
That's amazingly dumb on the trainer's part, and on the kids part. I always wear my helmet lol Thanks though for giving me an example
Well, he thinks helmets are dumb and was picking on me on that (I DO wear one after my fall because my saddle broke) till I told him that if he'll pay my disability I can take it off. This shut him up pretty good - never picked on me since that.

I'd keep looking for really good trainers around. Try to ask people in horse community, or (that's really helpful) farriers or vets if you know any. Some trainers do not advertise their business (that's how it was with this cutting trainer, my farrier told me about him).
     
    12-03-2009, 08:49 AM
  #13
Showing
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Originally Posted by Shananigan    
Isn't that illegal? I'm not being like OMG DISCRIMINATION!!! Lol Just curious Or is it more like they don't actually state that they only hire Australians, it's just your chance of getting in are like %100 better if you are Australian.
No, it's not. I am positive they don't hire them as "workers", but as an "exchange visitors" (different type of visa and restrictions).
     
    12-03-2009, 08:51 AM
  #14
Showing
Sorry to hijacking the post, but..

Nrhareiner, is reining very different from cutting?
     
    12-03-2009, 09:35 AM
  #15
Yearling
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Originally Posted by kitten_Val    
Sorry to hijacking the post, but..

Nrhareiner, is reining very different from cutting?

Different saddles,movement,and even horses.

No cows in reining,only in reined cow horse work and it has three events.
Dry work,herd,and down the fence.

National Reined Cow Horse Association - NRCHA - National Reined Cow Horse Association
National Cutting Horse Association
NRHA - National Reining Horse Association
     
    12-03-2009, 10:43 AM
  #16
Trained
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Originally Posted by Marecare    
Different saddles,movement,and even horses.

No cows in reining,only in reined cow horse work and it has three events.
Dry work,herd,and down the fence.

National Reined Cow Horse Association - NRCHA - National Reined Cow Horse Association
National Cutting Horse Association
NRHA - National Reining Horse Association

Marecare beat me too it. There are differences and some similarities too but not like there use to be. IN the past you could take a cutting bred horse and do reining. Not so much any more. Most reining will change over to reining cow horse fairly easily.

Reined cow horse out side the aged events do not have herd work. You only work one cow and put them through a pattern.
     
    12-03-2009, 08:57 PM
  #17
Showing
Thanks, guys! I was wondering because I tried cutting, but never tried reining. May be something to take a lesson on for fun.
     
    12-17-2009, 03:15 PM
  #18
Foal
I really wanna do somthing like this to. Im only 17. You have to be 18.Stacy westfall and Clinton anderson have apretenceship programs. Its a long shot but im going to apply for it anyway. I do work at a barn now and I start all of the horses under saddle....but its alot of cleaning stalls and other work to.
     

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