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To be honest ideally, I would to be able to learn from someone directly and be taugh and shown. Books are great but like riding, it's something you have to do to really understand. Unfortunately for me, driving isn't something that is big around here(we live near Spruce Meadows where everyone does hunter/jumpers).

I just realized I might be able to find something if I can look up what the closest driving association is.
i agree reading is fine if you already understand and you want to expand on what you know ,but as a beginner they could put you off ,i once read a horse book and it made me wonder how ever i had afforded to keep horses for years,if i had been a beginner with that book ,it would have made me think you had to be a millionaire to own one
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