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    I would just like to let everyone know that nick has nothing to do nor did he ever have anything to do with jentri stables. I don't want their good reputation ruined by a fraud. Nick rode at the former stepping stone farm before it was jentri. I know this cause I rode there too. We both trained with a very reputable amazing woman. He took very few lessons and usually they were bareback (upon his own request). The majority of us rode hunters or equitation. I went on to receive a bs in equine studies from Delaware valley college. Now I know he started at a small farm in hunnigton valley then when is instructor moved he followed when she got married and quit the horse industry he and Chevy stayed at the old stepping stone farm. He was the only guy surround by pre-teen girls myself included that teased and tortured him for being "weird". Idk if he got kicked out or left but he disappeared until now. He is mostly self taught and obviously delusional in his qualifications. He did have a cute little warm blood that he started and ruined when she was 4 and he was 16-17 this was all around 97-98. All the pics of Chevy were taken at this farm. He has been using false contact info and if that's not a red flag then Idk what is

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    We get it, he eats puppies. Thanks

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      Just wanted everyone to know the real story so no one gets hurt

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        Originally posted by Twoblonds79 View Post
        Just wanted everyone to know the real story so no one gets hurt
        Thanks!
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        • #5
          Wait a minute -- this is not my birthday!

          Usually you guys start talking about Nick when I'm at work. Now I'm just drinking a glass of wine, puttering about on the computer. Time to think up a limerick real quick...

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          • #6
            This Nick doesn't need bad reviews. He seems to be totally capable of digging his own hole. I don't understand how people like him think they con others in todays world with the internet. All it takes is to google some one
            Every time you ride, your are either teaching or un-teaching your horse.

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            • #7
              Per Palisades Equestrian Center's Facebook page:

              *Now booking private riding sessions with East Coast trainer, Nick Peronace Dressage January 18th & 19th only at Palisades Equestrian Center in Prole, IA. Any age or level of riders welcome. Limited openings so contact XXXX at XXX-XXX-XXXX for details.
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              • #8
                I notice Nick took off his "press" section on his website...

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                • #9
                  He also has finally removed the Jentri stables address.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by dutchmike View Post
                    This Nick doesn't need bad reviews. He seems to be totally capable of digging his own hole. I don't understand how people like him think they con others in todays world with the internet. All it takes is to google some one
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                    • #11
                      There once was a Humpty Hump "Horseman"

                      Who claimed many people endorsed him

                      He put on a show

                      and would not let it go

                      but out of that farce COTH has forced him.
                      Last edited by skydy; Jan. 13, 2014, 03:04 AM. Reason: To change a word..

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                            Originally posted by skydy View Post
                            There once was a Humpty Hump "Horseman"

                            Who claimed many people endorsed him

                            He put on a show

                            and would not let it go

                            but out of that farce COTH has forced him.
                            I'm dying here! Humpty Hump Horseman!
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                            • #15
                              these have to be trolls. No one can be like this. And that Chevy's cup? that is ridiculous! I would be embarrassed to win that. It's a trophy donated by a nobody in memory of a horse that wasn't even a dressage horse!!!

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                              • #16
                                Originally posted by HorsefaceDee View Post
                                these have to be trolls. No one can be like this. And that Chevy's cup? that is ridiculous! I would be embarrassed to win that. It's a trophy donated by a nobody in memory of a horse that wasn't even a dressage horse!!!
                                I don't think that is fair...he sounds like he really loved that horse and wanted to memorialize him and support the sport, while encouraging non-warmbloods to compete. I don't think it matters that the horse wasn't an elite dressage horse, or that the rider really knew/knows what he is doing.
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                                  Originally posted by CHT View Post
                                  I don't think that is fair...he sounds like he really loved that horse and wanted to memorialize him and support the sport, while encouraging non-warmbloods to compete. I don't think it matters that the horse wasn't an elite dressage horse, or that the rider really knew/knows what he is doing.
                                  I agree that the sentiment is honourable. It is the person who is not.

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                                  • #18
                                    I'm also not sure if those folks are trolls or not on that other forum's thread. It sure got weird in a hurry though.

                                    My issue with the "Chevy's Cup" is that it was being used to try and legitimize NP's claims about his skill level and past. Of course he trained his appy to do what he says... there's an award at DAD that says so

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                                    • #19
                                      Originally posted by CaraRose View Post
                                      I'm also not sure if those folks are trolls or not on that other forum's thread. It sure got weird in a hurry though.

                                      My issue with the "Chevy's Cup" is that it was being used to try and legitimize NP's claims about his skill level and past. Of course he trained his appy to do what he says... there's an award at DAD that says so
                                      yeah it is legit at DAD....but why would they allow it? I am curious what the rules ect are for donating an award there.

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                                        Originally posted by carolprudm View Post
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                                        I just got there. OMG....
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