In the Hands of a Trainer

Advice for Amateurs from Cleve Wells By Marilynn Morris-Mayer —┬áReprinted with permission from the Equine Chronicle. What can amateurs expect from a trainer when hiring that professional to guide them and their horse? And what should they be willing to contribute, mentally and physically? AQHA World Champion trainer Cleve Wells of Burleson, Texas, who has guided numerous amateur western pleasure riders to the heights of success through the years (while garnering countless Congress and World Show wins as well himself), delves into what it takes to make it all work. Roll up your sleeves Noting that he wants his amateurs […]

Posted August 1, 2008   |   Posted in Articles   |   Read More »