I want to start taking reining lessons and was wondering if any of the experienced reining riders can tell me what to look for in a trainer. I rode English for 15 years, did the whole competition circuit as a teen and young adult and all that good stuff, but the last 3 years I've been riding Western, mainly on trails and doing some barrel racing but I REALLY want to learn how to rein. And not just get on and go spin and slide, lol, I want to really learn the intricacies of it and hopefully begin competeing but I'm not sure what to look for in a GOOD reining trainer. Any advice on what questions to ask them and what to look for? (Aside from, obviously, making sure the horses are healthy, in good condition, and happy etc.) Thanks!