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I have owned a couple horses for the past few years and enjoying working with them. I am just looking for an opportunity to be around and watch someone work with horses in the Weber County area. I watch youtube videos and am looking for "in person" training to watch. PM me for any suggestions.
 

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Check tsmules.com

Ty puts on clinics and is literally as good as anybody in the country. His family does the extreme mules videos on YouTube. If you are into riding you will be amazed with what they do.
 

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There is a good trainer at the old Tom Chambers place in North Ogden, just west of Smiths a little bit. I can't think of his name but he does an excellent job. I believe you could stop in there and speak with him.
Heritage farm in Farr West also has a trainer in there that I believe would work with you.

Lot of trainers do not like to be bothered when they are actually working a horse you would just have to ask.
 

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You must not have any horse sense
 

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You must not have any horse sense
Well, I used to work as the only hand on a 60,000 acre cow/calf running 1200 pairs of commercial black angus and maybe a hundred or so herefords. Did just fine with any of the 20 geldings we had. But it must've just been well behaved cows that made it possible for me...
 

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Not sure what you are wanting to accomplish with your horses but here is a few I can think of . Heritage ranch (reining Horses) . Chance Preece (Preece performance horses). The Allens (Horseman Haven) is a fun group to work with. Back country Horseman. All are online and facebook.
 

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You must not have any horse sense
Well, I used to work as the only hand on a 60,000 acre cow/calf running 1200 pairs of commercial black angus and maybe a hundred or so herefords. Did just fine with any of the 20 geldings we had. But it must've just been well behaved cows that made it possible for me...
Was just poking fun
 
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