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    02-13-2013, 05:09 AM
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Question Looking for jumper instructor recommendations in WA

I am looking for recommendations for some good qualified Jumper trainers in WA state to contact about getting some jumping lessons this year, I have an amazing dressage trainer who I love to death and we decided to start looking for some places could haul out to to get me some top notch lessons to help Oliver improve and just to get out and about.

If you know of good instructors please pass the name along!
Looking spend $125 a lesson and would like ideally liked do an over night stabling type arrangement for a couple days of lessons, get the most bang for my buck with gas prices and the fact that I pigeon an island that we have to ferry on and off of

Thanks guys!
Sam and Ollie
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    02-14-2013, 06:17 PM
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    02-14-2013, 06:23 PM
Ernest Dillon teaches clinics in the USA. I'm not sure where. He has a website. You could 'google' him.

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