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    03-14-2013, 01:56 PM
  #21
Yearling
Okay, thanks guys, I am getting great advice here!

About a trainer... I contacted a friend... who is not professional, but knows how to do it, and she will be here either Friday or Saturday to help me out.

I also contacted a professional trainer too (she breeds, trains, shows, boards horses and gives lessons) about lessons for groundwork, so I am not sending my horse off to a trainer, but I am getting hands on help with her in lessons. She has not gotten back to me.
     
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    03-14-2013, 01:58 PM
  #22
Yearling
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Originally Posted by Breezy2011    
Okay, thanks guys, I am getting great advice here!

About a trainer... I contacted a friend... who is not professional, but knows how to do it, and she will be here either Friday or Saturday to help me out.

I also contacted a professional trainer too (she breeds, trains, shows, boards horses and gives lessons) about lessons for groundwork, so I am not sending my horse off to a trainer, but I am getting hands on help with her in lessons. She has not gotten back to me.
Sounds like a plan :)
     

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