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    TrishaW, I think we all saw your message the...

    TrishaW, I think we all saw your message the first time. Who cares if the girl's story is inaccurate (intentionally or not)? I think most people are concerned for the horses and their owners, not...
  2. Thread: WBX in MA

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    WBX in MA

    18 yr. old, wbx. 16.2hh, chestnut. Previously jumped and evented, has been doing lower level dressage for the past couple of years. Knows tof, toh, leg yield, shoulder in. Sound. Lovely canter. ...
  3. I have a couple of students who, for financial...

    I have a couple of students who, for financial reasons, cannot ride with regularity. It does not bother me at all.

    Looking at your list, I would recommend giving Barend a call. He's in Madbury...
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    I would call the friend you got him from and tell...

    I would call the friend you got him from and tell her that you no longer have the time, money, resources to spend with the horse. See if she might be able to take him back or have an idea for an...
  5. I remember this ride, but had not seen it in...

    I remember this ride, but had not seen it in years. Thank you for posting it.
  6. She had a 4 month anniversary, not year, so the...

    She had a 4 month anniversary, not year, so the romance is still very new. So don't feel too badly. :)
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    Find another trainer. Surely your friend isn't...

    Find another trainer. Surely your friend isn't the only one who can properly address your issues.
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    Not sure exactly what you're saying here. ...

    Not sure exactly what you're saying here. According to the rules, if you are a trainer and are accepting money, then you are a professional and cannot compete as an amateur. Even in dressage (which...
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    Most farms do require instructors to carry...

    Most farms do require instructors to carry insurance. I have mine through Equisure. Rates are reasonable and they'll even do payment arrangements if need be. Your pal needs insurance and also...
  10. Thread: advice?

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    Actually, I think that in every picture with...

    Actually, I think that in every picture with Tiffany riding, she is wearing a helmet. Not sure who the helmetless blonde is. Trainer? Friend? Either way she really one should wear a helmet also. ...
  11. I read the letter the same way Whitehorse did. ...

    I read the letter the same way Whitehorse did. He wants a refund and then she can choose to pick the horse up or the horse will be euthanized at her expense.

    I would wait to see if you hear from...
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    Always

    Always tell the parents. It is the professional and responsible thing to do. Additionally, I always call the parent the next day to check to see how the child is feeling. That seems to be...
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    I totally agree. This is a very imporant point.

    I totally agree. This is a very imporant point.
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    Good luck!

    Good luck!
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    Mary Barrett at Twin Lights Farm in Westminster,...

    Mary Barrett at Twin Lights Farm in Westminster, MA has TB mare who is available for adoption through New England Equine Rescue. It sounds like she might fit the bill for you.
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    She'll be back at Sugar Ridge Farm in Dover. ...

    She'll be back at Sugar Ridge Farm in Dover. She'd be my pick out of that list as well, but probably not geographically possible for the OP.
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    Forgot to mention that I don't know about prices...

    Forgot to mention that I don't know about prices or school horses at Lou's. I do think that ultimately you'll want to be able to ride your own horse with whomever you train with, although school...
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    Local Instructors

    I'm not that familiar with "local" folks in RI, so I know a few names but can't vouche for their methods at all. Helen Cast is at Smithfield Equestrian Center in Chepachet RI. There's Heather...
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    Lou Denizard is in Rhode Island. ...

    Lou Denizard is in Rhode Island. http://www.delantedressage.com/

    Or, if you venture into Massachusetts there are Bill Warren and Bill McMullen. http://www.cutlerfarmdressage.com/ as well as...
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    How about Lou Denizard? He's in RI. I'm nearby...

    How about Lou Denizard? He's in RI. I'm nearby in MA if you need any other suggestions, I may be able to come up with a few other names for you depending on where in RI you're located and if you're...
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    It really doesn't bother me. In fact, when I've...

    It really doesn't bother me. In fact, when I've seen a clinician whom I really respect coming into the area, I'll suggest to my students that they try to ride with him/her. I've been trying to...
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    I'm still new on the board, but live and keep my...

    I'm still new on the board, but live and keep my horse in Central Mass as well.
  23. But if she's marketing her horse and the show...

    But if she's marketing her horse and the show stats are good, then that's probably intentional in this instance.
  24. [QUOTE=Tiligsmom;3023314]I was wrong about his...

    [QUOTE=Tiligsmom;3023314]I was wrong about his age on the video. He was 2 coming 3 in the video.QUOTE]

    I think this piece of information makes a difference. No wonder it was his first time on...
  25. I don't lunge youngsters much either, but I do...

    I don't lunge youngsters much either, but I do get them accostomed to a lunge line by the time they're 3 or 4. I do prefer long lining. However, I don't think a couple of minutes on a longe line...
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