Thoughts on this proposed rule change?
Honestly, I agree with this article totally. A professional trainer is a professional trainer and should not be able to ride Non-Pro, no matter what discipline they train in.
An Open Letter to the National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) - Equestre Magazine | Equestre Magazine
Well I'm hooped if the non-pro classes are open to the pros....:shock:
I have a non-pro friend who trains and enters HER youngsters in big classes down in Ok etc........she wants to keep her non-pro status and she won't offer me a drivel of advice while we are riding (even when we are alone on her farm) as it would be seen as 'lessons' which would cause her to lose her non-pro status......instead we talk in my kitchen later.....I wish she could give me lessons though...she's phenomenal!
Exactly. It should not even be a consideration, IMO.
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