|bubblegum ||11-02-2009 02:14 PM |
Driving lessons here i come
Well since i plan on getting my two foals broken in for driving in about 2 yrs i thought it might be a good idea to teach myself how to drive so i have found a place that specialises in teaching how to work with and how to drive traps and carriages, and they also break in horses for the job too, its about an hour and a half away but im booked in for two lessons a month starting from this month and i cant wait. just thought i would share.
|jimmy ||11-02-2009 02:18 PM |
good luck bubblegum
|bubblegum ||11-02-2009 02:19 PM |
cheers jimmy, when you come over to ireland we could go on drives and ill show you the countryside
|SoMuchManureSoLittleTime ||11-02-2009 03:59 PM |
Congratulations on your decision to have professional driving lessons. I cannot tell you how much that will benefit you.
And you will have SUCH FUN!!
|bubblegum ||11-02-2009 04:17 PM |
i know i cant wait, wanna learn the right way and as i think they are the best for training both horse and driver i will know all their techniques.
|jimmy ||11-02-2009 04:50 PM |
if you get stuck i know some men in castlrea very good at training driving horses
|lillie ||11-03-2009 04:27 AM |
i think you will find its money well spent, and you will learn so much, and have loads of fun.
|bubblegum ||11-03-2009 04:31 AM |
the only people i know in castlerea are the hay men and the bakery shop people
|CheyAut ||11-03-2009 12:21 PM |
I'm sure you'll love it! I prefer driving to riding :)
|smudger ||11-04-2009 02:53 AM |
Well Bubblegum, after reading this thread and all the positive reactions to it, i`ve decided to follow your lead and take a few lessons myself.. i`ve booked my first for next week, thanks for the inspiration.. Kev
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