Type: Posts; User: baylady7
get it in writing every time....
If possible leave barefoot and do boots to ride. WWW.hoofwings.com are good semi-custom ones that can even be left on 24x7
Again it would depend, but it seems as if most horse trainers either have no contract or insufficient contracts, so these things are not stipulated. I so wish some sort of licensing was required for...
U can always pay the BM a finders fee to sweeten the parting...
Work is less than 2 miles, I can walk. Barn is almost an hour. Horses r in full board partial training, so most weeks I make it out three days.
Try Thistlehill Farm in Woodbine, MD, 410-489-4752. Superb care, lovely farm
Just do it!!! Cannot hurt to call the show secretary and ask though, if it is permissable
So often missing are business acumen and customer service skills
Perhaps audit one first...
Morgan Run is nice but footing can be "greasy" during freeze/thaw cycles and if wet. It is part of Patapsco and the park requests you do not ride there the day of or day after rain/precipitation
1. Elkridge-Harford Hunt Club 3/30/14
Harford Hill Farm, 2501 Pocock Rd., Fallston, MD 21047
Bill Pearce email@example.com 410-627-5200
2. Marlborough Hunt Club 4/6/14
Maybe look in Poolesville, Maryland as that is less than an hour from you
Coming 27 y.o. Appaloosa gelding and coming five y.o. leopard Knabstrupper mare
How can u do both without slide plates? Or with them for dressage moves?
I use Shannon Pedlar and she will travel to u if needed //www.equestrianeventmanagement.com/training_lessons.html
Have been sharing these out...important fight
Not sure exactly where u r located but posted my trainers website below and she does travel. I highly recommend lesson on the lunge line. www.equestrianeventmanagement.com/training_lessons.html
Ask them what other local places they would recommend if full....good chance to observe their business acumen. Also, how long have folks stayed there, as high customer churn is q possible concern
You need to post your price range- there are tons of options but variously priced. For $1,000 a month you have lots of options, for $300, not so many
Chick's Saddlery is having some super sales, including blankets
General discussion to see what works for folks. Have heard so many stories of folks' horses not getting their supplements, to include a friend who has hers on Smartpaks and at end of month/time...
Shannon will come to you plus has a school master. http://www.equestrianeventmanagement.com/training_lessons.html
These are my choice: http://www.seamsright.com/saddle_pads.htm
still up and running with various shows there too
My 26+ y.o. boy is bay with a spotted blanket and has dark pigmented skin around his eyes. So far no indications of any trouble. His grandmother was a bay roan snowcap with pink around her eyes and...