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    11-14-2008, 12:29 AM
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Hey all, im in union county and I just wanted to throw it out there, that i'll now be training. I'm travelling to surrounding counties within a reasonable distance. My horse is in whitehouse station actually =P

So need your horse more supple? Have a problem Horse? Don't have time to ride? Training plateau? Need instruction for yourself? Want to advance?


My name is Amanda and I can help you. I've been riding for 5 years. Recently I've rescued a standardbred from a bad home and completely retrained him...and yes...to both canter and jump. (3ft2) I'm now offering to help you! I'll train you, your horse, or both! Contact me, and see how far you can go! I've taken lessons for almost 5 years and will be going to college shortly to be a professional trainer!

Pricing is negotiable and variant based on horse,owner, distance, and type of training.....ya know obviously if you're crazy far away, you're payin for the gas LOL

..if this is in the wrong spot...just lemme know k :)

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    11-14-2008, 12:49 AM
Hey! Another New Jersian that's actually close by! I'm in Sussex county!
Good luck with this!
    11-14-2008, 07:33 PM
Ya ppl are tight on money lately, so its going to be tough I think finding ppl who are interested in finding a trainer =P
But yeah, I need the business haha
    11-18-2008, 09:38 PM
Lol i've only had 1 taker so far....ugh
    11-26-2008, 11:21 AM
    12-08-2008, 01:07 PM
....still offering.....
    12-17-2008, 11:36 PM

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    12-18-2008, 05:17 PM
Hey there, you're close to me and TJ, too!! Whereabouts in Whitehouse Station is your horse?

Hmm, NJ is a big Equestrian community, however it's also mucho expensive to buy or lease ones own property. Therefore, there are A LOT of "freelance" trainers in NJ, and also eastern PA. That might be why you're having a difficult time finding a client base. I know, my friend (TJ's trainer) is as well. I do think you'll find more people interested once you've completed college to become a trainer. 5 years of lessons isn't that long of a time in retrospect, honestly. Have you worked under any notable trainers? Like a working student where you actually learn their training techniques, not just ride? Or even clinicians. I would say that in your ads, too. Have you made up flyers to post in tack or feed shops? Try Horseman's Outlet in Lebanon. A lot of people in the Whitehouse Station area will probablly be there!

Good luck to you!
    12-20-2008, 02:21 AM
Horseman's OUtlet is like my life. I LOVE THAT STORE lol
Yeah, im sure after college itll be much easier to find clients since ill have the degree and all. =)
Oh and my horse is in readington in whitehouse. Its like right off of 202 and like 10 minutes from horseman's outlet
    02-17-2009, 10:20 PM
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