08-25-2013, 12:47 AM
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That is such a hard thing to answer.... If you have not done any reining at all, I'd pop over to NRHA's website and look up a few trainers in your area. Research them, find one you like, and go ride a few finished horses, just to make sure you like it. It does not happen often, but I have seen a few people decide reining was not their cup of joe. Develop a friendship with said trainer, and have them help you out with getting started. I could give you all the prices I pay for stuff, but I'm in central Indiana, my prices would be way different from what you would pay.