Nancy and Tom F. with "Charley" and "Cooper"
Thanks again for sending me your thoughts, ideas + encouragement on all things "horse" related. I appreciate your willingness to help me.
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Terri B. with "Ace"
For the first time I truly can say I love my horse and enjoy being with him. I owe it all to you. Thank you for being so patient with us. You are a kind, special & thoughtful person. My family & I are so lucky to have you in our lives. May life always bring you good health & happiness!
What a wonderful world this would be if everyone's life could be touched by someone as kind and caring as you.
Terri & Ace"
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Gordon S. with "Patch"
"Owning a trained horse is something to be appreciated
and, it wasn't until I lost my horse Cody, did I realize what a great
horse I had. I immediately went out and bought a 3 yr. old Tennessee
Walker, Patch, who had not been trained for Field Trailing of my dogs.
It was obvious that Patch needed training because he wouldn't cross
water, let me get near him, refused to enter the trailer, etc. Fortunately for me, my friend Robert L. met Deanna Beals at a field
trail and observed her working with a horse that refused to move across a
mat. Within a couple of hours, she had that horse doing what he had
been afriad to do and Robert was convinced that Deanna would be able to
Deanna came to our
house and began working with Patch. After one lesson, we were impressed
to see how Patch reacted to her training. With each lesson, Patch is
becoming a beautifully trained horse and is drawing raves from everyone
who sees her working with him at our Field events. He now hops into the
trailer with gay abandon, as well as not being spooked by distractions
and overall has turned into a quiet, respectful horse.
All I can say is thank you Deanna
"DJ". I know Patch looks forward to his lessons and waits for you at the
gate on non-lesson days. It's been a pleasure and fun experience for me
and Robert while learning how to ride and handle Patch."
Gordon S. and "Patch"
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