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Amy Christine Melin
· November 29, 2015
Wendy is a wonderful teacher, she inspires confidence and pride in her students while teaching then not only how to ride, but how to properly care for and learn from horses. Our daughter has found a p...assion in riding and barn work we could scarcely imagine, and Wendy fosters that love in a way that has Lily counting the days until her next lesson. We are so thankful for the attention, time and true spirit Wendy brings to every lesson. We could not reccomend her services more highly. See More
Loca Ann Bell
· May 25, 2016
Wendy has been my savior. I was out of the horse world for many years and she answered a ad I put up for "tuning up" peoples horses that have been off regular work. It has been a win win situation, an...d I can't speak more highly of anyone else who has been in my life!! See More
Eleana Woods
· October 29, 2015
Very friendly and thorough. The horses are great and so is Wendy:)
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Silly horse! Does your horse lay down or do other weird things to avoid work? First thing to do is a vet check to be sure there are no medical issues causing the strange behavior. If the vet gives you the all clear, but the behavior persists, it could be a training issue. Some horses are just clever that way. If you need some direction and assistance in overcoming troubling or dangerous behavior, we can help! Call Wendy at 360-436-6741 or email
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