We are in Elgin, IL at a breeding farm with a few boarders. My filly's trainer is marvelous and he works with each horse as an individual. Never tries to put a different horse in the same peg as another. He was even interested in her bloodlines to see if there were any characertistics that might show up during the training process. My only constraint was that I wanted to be the first one on my filly. He worked her for a few day on the ground and I was in the saddle. After that, she was all his. He is the trainer at the farm, so it make it nice to watch him work with her on occasion.