On this trainer.
As many of you know, I just got my mare Demi. She was beat by her old farrier so we are slowly getting her used to being a normal, calm horse around farriers.
But the other problem is that she is 7 and she has never even had a saddle blanket on her.
So I have been "Trainer shopping".
I had a few people show me this man.
His name is Jim, he is a natural horsemanship horse trainer.
Triple Spring Acres - Triple "H" Horse Training
My question is, does he look like a good trainer or am I just going into this with a closed mind?
Here are some e-mails I have gotten from him.
Yes I start horses. I prefer to start as finishing isn't as much fun!
Let me know if I can help you out.
I also do not mandate that you pay for a month. Usually ask that you pay for 2 weeks and come work with your horse see if your comfortable with where he/she is at with training. If you are, take her home. If not, we will schedule more.
All training paid upfront for at least 2 weeks and right now I have a special.
Pay for 3 weeks and get 4th free.
I will be able to ride her anywhere within a week. The second part would be ...will you be able to...well that will depend on your confidence and skill as a rider.
I use all natural horsemanship. No cowboying, no war bridles, mostly all pressure & release.
What do you think?
I like him, but I might just be not going into it with an open mind, I seem to do that a lot...