And what are you to do if a trainer is not available, or you can't afford one, etc? Just stagnate? Shoot, I have to drive 40 minutes just to be at a barn where I can ride western! Some of us are just trying to do the best we can with the resources available. And, are able to know when to ask for help and not be ashamed to.
The difference is that you have been with a reining trainer in the past. If you ask a question and I ask for more info like what is he doing you are going to be-able to give me more info. When I say then you need to side pass him and then turn him to help get him on the correct pivot you are most likely going to know what I am talking about. How much bend it too much. If you say you are having a problem with turns and on the correct foot I can ask how much bend do you have in your horse and you should be able to tell in like anouther reiner would. This is a big difference. You have at least an idea of what I am referring too.