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    • Introduce Your Horse(s) & Goals
      Tell us about your horse(s) and what your goal is going to be for this challenge!
       
      -What are their name(s)?
      -Age, Breed, Back Story?
      -How did you end up with that horse(s)?
      -What are your goals for this membership club?
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    • 10 months ago

      Joy

    • Introduce Yourself
      Thank you so much for joining Team MG! We are super excited to have you as part of the team! Now, help us and your new Team MG family so we can get to know you!!!
      Tell us about yourself and your horse experience (or lack there of)! It's ok, we want to get to know you the best that we can and for others in this group to see that they are not alone on this horse training journey!
       
      -Where are you from?
      -What is your current profession?
      -What does your life with horses look like?
      -Any fun facts?
      POST IN THIS FORUM!
       
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    • 1 year, 8 months ago

      Diane Beachly

    • Video Topic Suggestions
      Our video library for the Team MG Membership Club is constantly growing! We are adding at least 8 NEW videos EVERY MONTH! If you have a video topic suggestion that you would like to see a video on, POST IT HERE!!!
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    • 1 year, 9 months ago

      Robert Pewitt

    • Website Experience Suggestions
      Our website for the Team MG Membership Club is constantly evolving! We want to have the latest and the greatest features to make your viewing experience as enjoyable as possible, so you can go enjoy your horse! If you have a website experience suggestion that you would like to see, POST IT HERE!!!
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    • 8 months ago

      Tracy Nusser

    • What Problems Are You Having?
      Tell us about what problems you are having with your horse! If you are not enjoying every single ride, it's time to make a change during this challenge!
       
      There is no reason, unless you are a horse trainer and are getting paid to do this, to have to go through difficult rides or groundwork every day. Over the next couple days, we will start working through the Respect Series...our key to start and find a fix for every problem from the root of the problem. We successfully train over 500 horses per year, no matter what their background or story using these exact same methods!
      Remember this! The only way to get a trained horse is to:
      -Buy The Horse Already Trained
      -Send The Horse For Training
      -Or Train It Yourself
      Your horse will not get trained or get better if you (or someone else) does not work with it. Unfortunately the stall or pasture will not make magic fixes. When you start these steps, remember that if the horse's difficulty level is above your comfort level, you will not be able to make the changes you need to and release at the effective times. If you start these steps and feel like your horse is too much or too dangerous for you (which we literally see everyday), find someone who is comfortable to help you or consider bringing your horse to clinic near you, retreat, or send your horse for training so Michael can get it through the steps for you. Let's start with this first and try to do this together!!!
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    • 1 year ago

      Sandy Keith