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post #11 of 11 Old 02-17-2009, 05:03 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks, I really want to be a great rider. I just feel stuck at the moment I mean ive been at this barn for three years and kids els where have progressed more then me. I mean I learnd a lot like ground work, re learning to get back into the saddle from such a long break. But it didnt take that long to remember how to trot and what not.
Some times I honestly think she is holding us back so she doesnt have compatition in this small area. Because Ive told her how I wanted to be a trainer, and another girl told her the same and she basiclly told me to be a dog trainer and that her barn is always in the red, and how she doesnt make any money. But she has all theis training horses that are ready to be sold, are they listed? NO! Oh yah on her web page which come on no one is going to look there for a horse they go to dreamhorse and then you bring them to your web page to "SELL" the horse....

Man, theres a mini rant sorry about that guys.

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