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    Post Jumper trainers that are good for teaching young horses how to jump in Wisconsin

    I have a 3 going on 4 year old morgan. I am looking for some good trainers where I can trailer into the barn and get lessons once a week in the summer. I need someone that has experience working with young horses in Wisconsin. If you could list some good trainers that would be great.



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    Where in Wisconsin?
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    Anywhere around milwaukee area ,bristol,kenosha.



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    Sorry, can't help in that area...I am further north.
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    Michelle Lyons at Sunflower farms is helping me with my (for now) youngster. He is LOVING the jumping, she has kept is relaxed, fun, extremely positive for him and me. Here is a link to our last schooling session (about our 18th time jumping ever)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SJ4ybuA95SU

    You can see our progression from 1st time on in the clips on youtube.

    The facility is nice, trailering in is easy and welcomed.

    Michelle is very positive, no overfacing horse or rider, FUN!



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    Nancy Maloney at Crossroads Farm in Hartford, WI. She's excellent and has a great eye. I've done clinics with her and loved it.



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    Thank you for all of the great suggestions!



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    What about Kate Bomgaars at Newstone Farm. She did great work with a jumperhttp://sakurahillfarm.com/photos/lead119.jpg mare of ours when she was just getting started.

    Ahme as a 4 year old with Kate at the KWPN Keuring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MCarverS View Post
    What about Kate Bomgaars at Newstone Farm. She did great work with a jumperhttp://sakurahillfarm.com/photos/lead119.jpg mare of ours when she was just getting started.

    Ahme as a 4 year old with Kate at the KWPN Keuring.

    Kate is an excellent rider and trainer as well. She also has a very good assistant trainer working at her farm. You really can't go wrong with Newstone

    and Ahme! I know that mare (friends with Karen). Lovely young horse!



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    "Jumper trainers that are good for teaching young horses how to jump in Wisconsin"

    I am just wondering if you teach a horse to jump in Wisconsin, will that skill carry over to other states.



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    I believe Krause Sporthorses is taking horses in training now but I don't know anything about their riding and training, just the breeding program. They are near the WI/IL border near Lake Geneva.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tidy rabbit View Post
    You might check out Kyle Dewar

    http://chestnut-hill-farm.com/index.html
    I went to school with his assistant trainer, she is a fabulous rider.
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