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    These are just amazing, intelligent responses. I...

    These are just amazing, intelligent responses. I was bucked off a loser sales horse, fractured L1...and left to deal with it. Nice. I'll be in touch with y'all privately.
    Way to go on really...
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    Protocol for rider injury

    Hi:

    I'm working on a new story on how to best handle rider injury--what the protocol should be. Like...What should you do at the time and what is the proper follow-up? Do you complete an incident...
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    These are such terrific responses! Thank you....

    These are such terrific responses! Thank you. I'll write you to connect one-on- one.

    Trainers work such long hours, days.
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    Avoiding trainer burnout in dressage

    Trainers: How do you work 6 - 7 days a week with lessons, shows, other responsibilities without burning out? This is for a story I'm doing, and I really hope for dressage input.

    Thanks for help...
  5. These are really good ideas. Thanks! I'll contact...

    These are really good ideas. Thanks! I'll contact you.

    Trainers work such long weeks...must take a break!
  6. for Trainers: How do you handle barn burnout?

    Trainers, how do you handle? I’m working on a story on battling barn burnout. It's one thing to keep clients happy, but what about you? Barn owners and trainers spend long days at the barn with a...
  7. Thanks for this. I am actually seeking someone...

    Thanks for this. I am actually seeking someone "national" for a story I'm writing.
  8. Seeking legal expert: trainer/employee injury

    Can you recommend this expert? Need someone on the ins and outs of employee injuries: Better to be prepared than sued. Workers' comp, health insurance, how far should you go?

    Thanks for a...
  9. These are just so terrific! Thanks for great...

    These are just so terrific! Thanks for great information. I am glad some of you who aren't trainers weighed in--That will make the story even more interesting, for it's the student who knows if a...
  10. Hi! Bluey: That is just what I meant. Great...

    Hi!

    Bluey: That is just what I meant. Great tip!
    Alio: Perfect.
    Eleanor: Thanks, for you are right on. I think this could include
    coaches' or trainers' tips. The idea: How do you "break...
  11. Trainers: Your best specific training tip?

    Trainers (all disciplines):

    I’m writing a story about Great Teaching Techniques: What’s your
    best tip, your favorite trick up your sleeve for keeping clients interested and improving? This can...
  12. I did PM you and happy to talk to you. Thanks for...

    I did PM you and happy to talk to you. Thanks for your interest.
  13. SoCal H/J;Dressage; 11-yr. NZ gentleman

    Donation/free to approved home. Handsome SoCal (Temecula),11-yr., 16.1h, NZ Han. gelding, imported, won h/j and dressage. Flashy, smart, chestnut with chrome; upper suspensory injury 2.5 years ago,...
  14. Thanks for these additional insights, everyone....

    Thanks for these additional insights, everyone. Proof that if something can happen, it will.
  15. Thanks for these on-target responses. I'll...

    Thanks for these on-target responses. I'll contact you privately. Thanks in advance for that response, too. Happy riding!

    Steph
  16. Trainers/clients: Horse sick/injured while owner away? Your policies

    Hi:

    I'm working on a piece about what policies trainers should have in place when a client's horse is sick/injured and the owner is not reachable--maybe on a flight to Europe or otherwise...
  17. Thanks SO MUCH for these really insightful...

    Thanks SO MUCH for these really insightful comments from trainers, boarders (adults and teens). I love the "two sides" of this story and appreciate you weighing in. No category of rider (person) is...
  18. Trainers: Teenagers in the barn: How do you manage?

    I'm working on a story for a national trainers' publication, Stable Management. Having a barn full of teenagers can be trying: the drama, the cliques, the moods, etc. How can you keep everything...
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    Thanks for these really helpful responses,...

    Thanks for these really helpful responses, everyone. I appreciate your taking time to share. They make good sense re keeping the peace when a client leaves. Happy holidays!
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    When you let a client go?

    Trainers: I'm looking for a good story about letting a client go, asking to move on, etc...for a story I'm working on for Stable Management. How do you do this when it isn't a fit, without burning a...
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    Trainers: When it's time to lose a client

    H/J Trainers: I'm doing a story about how to bid "goodbye" to a client who's not working in your h/j program anymore, or for whatever reason. Anyone done this and how did you handle it? You do want...
  22. To everyone who replied, I'd love to run photos...

    To everyone who replied, I'd love to run photos of your events or outings. You can send to me via e-mail here, at last 300 dpi. All the ideas are super.
  23. Love these, too. Thank you!

    Love these, too. Thank you!
  24. OhMyGosh, you guys are GOOD. This is just too...

    OhMyGosh, you guys are GOOD. This is just too much fun! Thank you. Really.

    I'll be in touch via PM to get your details.

    Makes me want to go play at the barn!!!

    Yay!
  25. Fun events in h/j barns: community building?

    I'm on the hunt for fun events you trainers have held at the barn that aren't just horseshows or clinics: in or out of the ring, and include out-of-the-box thinking kinds of stuff that isn't...
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