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Just out of curiosity. . .why would you want a "crash course" as opposed to finding a legitimate local trainer who would work with you and your horse weekly or bi-weekly, give you some ideas on things to work on, and help you make progress over a longer amount of time?
 

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Are there any riding/saddle clubs in your area you could join up with to go riding on weekends and just spend time around other people and horses?

I've found that, for the most part, horse people are a friendly and helpful bunch. Just seeing how other people ride and work with their horses may help or inspire you to try new things.

They don't want to see you or your horse get hurt, they love riding and enjoy spending time with other people who like it. It's also nice to know "horse people" in the area in case you need a phone number for a farrier, vet, or some other service or supplier.
 
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