ive had horses my whole life and show within 4-H but i pretty much always place last because ive never had valid lessons or anything like that,my mom taught me and she of late does backyard riding so ive never learned all the little details to win a show but id voice im still a good rider just not show material you could influence lol. but this year i want to take lessons and work REALLY hard at human being a better rider. and because of a family/personal problem i got my GED so im not in school anymore so i will own a lot of time to focus on being a better rider. and once im ready i want to step to lake erie college and take the equestrian trainer classes. so do you think whether i work really hard and take lessons i will know how to be a trainer even though im not as good as everyone else in 4-H right now?
Sure. Why not?
Everyone is at a beginner level when they start. If you work strong, practice, and learn more, you can definitely get into a horse-related area someday.
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You could be a horse trainer and a riding instructor. I'm somewhat in duplicate boat. I ride western and am in 4-H and place low all the time. I haven't had riding curriculum and taught myself to ride on an untrained horse. Just listen to the advise that your leaders give. Go to as abundant shows and clinics as you can. I learned a lot from just scrutinize others and trying to place them myself before the placings were announced. (This helps when you don't hold much money to spend on lessons) Watch the rider's movements as well as the horse's. Don't push yourself to hard and listen to your horse. Also there's a college that I want to go to call the University of Findlay. They have an excellent Equestrian studies program for English and western. Here's the link http://www.findlay.edu/academics/college...
I conjecture if you go to that school and nick those classes, then yes! Go for your dreams! Good luck to you! Also these classes would help with your riding as economically so maybe if you wanted to show again (like small local circuits) later you may see yourself winning to!
but have to be happy and sure that you want to do that
If you want to. You won't know how to be an instructor or horse trainer in just a year... it will take deeply of practice and time. Since you are taking classes for it, you'll have an even better chance and make it to that height even faster. You really can do anything you want in life - you just inevitability to make the right decisions. I'm up by lake erie!
i dont c why not alltho with ur students right in a minute if u ahve some teach the main nuts and bolts and when u can not teach them anymroe make them move on
also do nto give somebody a lift any student that is like a reall fancy shower who only wonts ribbons ebeacuse u will draw from blamed if they loss and trust me it suxs!
my instroucter is a backyard instrupr as such she uses her hroses/family to do lessons each weke next to about 6-10 students i think
and she teaches them the unsophisticated and all that but most of these student get a horse anyway so they kinda move absent anyway
but she also is a champoin shower just not a quailfield teacher she have insurance and that coz the horses are trail ride/show horses
so if u take on studewnts right now try and tak 10 up more 12 up so that channel if they fall there mroe likley to budge ops ill try againa and there parens wont sue u =]
Answers: this may sound cheesy but you can be anything you put your mind to. If riding and training is your passion then sure, why not. Just remember this, apt is not just placing first. That's a bonus, but not what being good is more or less. A good trainer will accomplish goals with their students. Help them progress and other do better. There is always room for improvement, and no such thing as perfection. A moral trainer is one who teaches a horse and brings along its education. For example, you have a youthful horse you take into the show arena. The horse may normally not get adjectives the leads at home and take cavernous or long spots normally. In the show the horse gets all the right distances and the correct leads. That's would be a good trainer. A apt trainer accomplishes things, not necessarily wins everything. The ones that you see who win everything, 9 times out of 10 they didn't train that horse, they bought it that way. There is a moral trainer behind that great horse. The best thing you can do now is taking curriculum, and clinics, reading vet books, and experience.