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post #1 of 2 Old 02-26-2010, 01:49 PM Thread Starter
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East Coach trainers


Who are the top East coast trainers for hunters/jumpers, that compete them selves as well as coach.? list their names and website if they have them.

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post #2 of 2 Old 02-26-2010, 05:52 PM
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Well it depends on how far you want to travel and how much you want to spend.


I took tune-up lessons with Anne Kursinski, who's at Market Street out of Frenchtown. No Website, PM.

There's also Max Amaya & Stacia Madden at Stone Hedge & Beacon Hill.
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Hugo Huesca at Olympia Farms (Terrific) - No Website, PM for details

Nona Garson - The Ridge

Helen Goddard
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Laura Chapot - Chado Farms
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Amanda Flint - Resolution Farm - (I bought my Mini Prix Mare, hopefully Grand Prix Mare, from her... she's great as well. Love Her!)
Hunters Jumpers Equitation Big Eq Horses Hunter Horse Jumper Horse for Sale Riding Lessons Training Boarding Horse Farm Stables Barn NJ NY PA

Laurie Jakubauskas & Andrew Ross
LRJ Enterprises at Vicmead Hunt Club

I live on the East Coast (South Jersey). I can give you lots of information. I train and show all over the "A" and "AA" Circuits... travel everywhere. So I can try to help!
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