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    Default Good barns and trainers in Chattanooga tn area

    Asking for a friend. She has moved a couple years ago and had two little girls as students. They have had a hard time finding a good trainer in the area and need some help. One is 11 and the other is 8. Jumping 2 ft and local showing. Does anyone know any good trainers in the area? Thanks
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    Anyone?
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    There aren't that many. Everyone I know in Chattanooga either drives to Nashville or down to Georgia and are serious competitors.
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    Check in the Ooltewah area. There are several hunter jumper farms that compete locally and more. One of them leases a beautiful farm, Heritage Farm, that belongs to close friends of ours. The lea see operates as JS Equestrian Look up JSequestrianfarm.com

    There were a couple of others in the area as well, but I'm not sure if they are still active. One I've heard about is Hidden Hills



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    Slim pickin's around here. The only one I would really recommend with a RINGING endorsement is Heatherfield Horse Park. They don't do the A's however, except the Rush series at Cleveland. If you want good sound oldskool horsemanship with 2 great instructors, however, this is where you want to refer people.
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    They are not looking to show A's just local fun stuff. Thanks I will pass this on. The neighbor im asking for use to give lessons at hidden hills I believe but idk what they are like since she is gone or if there is a reason they don't go there. Don't have a lot of info just trying to help two young riders that are eager out. Thanks so much
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