09-18-2013, 03:29 PM
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Best way is to look for trainers in your area. Also check out any clubs that might be in your area that have practices you can go watch. Team penning, ranch sorting, anything like that usually has weekly/monthly practices. If you start up with a trainer, they may have a lesson horse you can use, but if not, keep in mind that you will also need a horse that is suitable for that type of riding. Cutting and team penning for example, are very fun, but the horse needs quite a bit of professional training first. Putting a green horse with a green rider into a new sport usually doesn't work out very well.