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    01-31-2011, 09:10 PM
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Question Finding a trainer

I have been searching for quite awhile for a hunter/jumper trainer in the Edmonton Area. I have been doing dressage for a while now, and I'm boarding at a very quiet stables, so I am not very "worldly" when it comes to trainers, so I'm not really sure where to look. I have been on the AEF website looking for trainers, but i'm not really sure these 'approved' trainers are anything special as opposed to regular trainers (?). I am trying to find a very experienced and knowledgable trainer, Does anybody have any ideas of a good place to start looking? Further more, Does anybody know of a hunter/jumper trainer in the south edmonton area that is willing to travel? ( i'm not sure if this we do the " looking for a trainer" type of questions on this forum, so if it is not allowed please disregard that last question)
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