Originally Posted by NicoleS11
some trainers have a hard time with who the actual "customer" is...
That's true on both sides. I'm sure there are "pain in a back" trainers as well as "pain in a back" customers. Although I 100% agree that if you are not allowed to come and check/watch the horse - it's #1 (for me) NOT to place a horse in that barn.
As for that guy I wasn't looking for something famous (although it's always a plus IMO)
, but he seems to be also the only one close by working with the cows and that's what I wanted to try. I know another one with cows (very nice person), but he's like 40 miles away, and another facility is like 60 miles away, so that's too far for me.
Actually, I tried another trainer in his place yesterday and she was really good. The only problem she's leaving back to college this week. But I got her phone ## so hopefully I'll be able to take some lessons when she visits her family. Lets see how it'll go.
Folks, thanks all for support!