Thank Your Horse Trainer

December 07, 2015 2 min read

Thank Your Horse TrainerWe all have things to be thankful for but there is always something or someone we forget or take for granted. We have our wonderful horses and careers that we are blessed to have in our lives. We have family and friends that support our journey. The list goes on and on! This holiday season don’t forget to thank your trainer. If you truly think about it, they are some of the craziest people we know. Who else would get up in the middle of the night to work for you and your dreams when they could be sleeping? They make sure our athletes are properly taken care of at all times from their diet to their health care. They make sure we are safe and have fun while doing it. They find hundreds of different ways to explain things that they have tried to teach you numerous times, just to hope that we might get it this time. In a corporate world we would have been fired for incompetence. They shake off their own bad rides in order to get us ready and support us within minutes. They put our needs first, often at the expense of their own personal life. They work tirelessly to make us a great horse and will support our change in horses (or choice to not change horses) even though it makes everyone’s job tougher. Of course, they get paid for their services but if you figure out the hourly wage, you won’t be impressed. Remember that this professional has invested so much more in you than you realize. This holiday season, THANK YOUR TRAINER! We wouldn’t make it without them!

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