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  1. #1
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    Default Attention all trainers/ students from the New England area

    Hi all!
    Was hoping you could help me with something. Could you please respond to this post and let me know where you are from, what do you pay/or charge for coaching fees, trailering, and a trainer showing your horse. Would appreciate any help you can give me!! THANKS!



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    My lessons are $50 for about 45 minutes.
    I charge my students $50 a class to coach, with mileage split between them. Overnight shows, they also split my hotel while I pay for my meals.
    I typically do not trailer.
    If I show the horse, the same $50 fee and owner pays the entry.


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    You may want to post this on equinesite.com dressage bulletin board in order to get more local (New England) responses.
    "Against stupidity the gods themselves contend in vain" ~Friedrich Schiller



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    Be sure you ask them to email their responses. I got tired of the partisanship - some people could respond and it was OK, but others were considered advertising so I no longer go there. So my response above would be advertising on equinesite.
    Yet, one of my students could respond that Dot charges XXXXXXX and it would be fine.



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