Type: Posts; User: Monica67
I am a remote PM so will try my best to answer
1. My company has telecommute positions. However, I spent the first year or so commuting to a local data center before I was able to work remote...
RIP, exchanged some PM's with her on TMP. She was a lot of fun. :(
I can understand the possible liability of not allowing students to bring horses in from the field. However, at the lesson barns I was at, the horses were normally already in and students were...
A true partner will support your passions, not make you feel bad about them.
Try C & W Horse Transportation. They are awesome.
Please print this out and hang it on your bathroom mirror, monitor etc.
If he really loves the horse shows and the clinics, he would not be struggling with your availability.
A true partner is supportive.
The owners and BM are correct and it is all par for the course. It sounds like they have 2 years of rough housing history.
What do you do? Nothing. You do not owe anything.
It was Voltaire http://www.chronofhorse.com/forum/showthread.php?429650-Very-Long-Vent-Terrible-Customer-Service-at-Voltaire&highlight=antares+cap
I also highly recommend Cindy at Huntsover.
I had one and loved it. Still kicking myself for selling it. Great saddle.
I have heard great things about this software. I also like the fact that it has the capability to do online entries and the results get published on the web.
So sorry for your losses. :(
Wonder Woman could do anything! :)
I have a good friend who works at a local shelter. NEVER in a million years would they EVER contact an adoptive owner asking for them to disclose their personal information to the former pets owners...
I actually bought the Pink Equine pad to replace my Roma. The Pink Equine pad is much thicker and nicer.
I just bought the Pink Equine pad and it is really top quality. Nice and thick. Definitely worth the money.
Riding horses is supposed to be fun, not time spent comparing yourself to others. It sounds like maybe you need to switch disciplines for a while and get back to enjoying riding.
I went on Smartpak once. Plugged in the information for my 24/7 pastured trail horse that I ride a few times a week. I felt like a horrible owner afterwards because I refused to purchase the 52.00...
Imagine being locked in a 10x10 room for 23 hours a day and being fed the best diet possible. You would be quite fresh too. I have seen this often in the mornings at the track. Horses get a bit...
Exactly why I quit braiding on the side for extra $. I am talking 1 or 2 that live in the barn where I board. When it got to be the 3rd, yes shame on me, 3rd time I had to wait around for money...
How do you know?
1. When it is not fun anymore
2. When it gets dangerous
3. See 1. and 2.
There is no shame in selling and moving on.
Not sure if this really works but my grandmother used to put out those flower pinwheel plastic yard decorations in her yard. Supposedly the vibration of the metal post would discourage the moles.
What is a reasonable number of horses/ponies that a barn owner should allow a trainer to have for free (no board)? ZERO
You are running a business correct?
Personally I would still want to...
That is true if you go back to the court after the allotted time, pick up the judgement and go file it with the county clerk.