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  • Finding driving trainers

    Hello you guys, I am a newbie and from Southern California. Now I start discovering horse driving. I want to find driving trainers in the place I live. Does anyone have recommendations?
    Thanks in advance.

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    Welcome to driving, Avismeyer. If I were you, I'd go to the ADS website (www.americandrivingsociety.org) and contact your regional director, Pam Miller-Mitchell. She should be able to help you find driving clubs (a great resource!) and trainers in your area.

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    • #3
      Here's a link to the driving club in Southern California: http://www.whiprsnappers.com/

      Here's another useful link: https://www.socalequine.com/shopping/carriage.htm This one mostly is a list of carriage rental vendors, but there might be some trainers mixed in.

      Good luck!

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      • #4
        Where in So Cal are you? I am in Riverside area, there is also a Norco Saddle and Harness association which conveniently is located in Norco and has a show almost every month. Also the California Draft Horse and Mule Association. I am getting ready to go to the s tock show next week but message me and I can share all I know about driving in Southern California.

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