Training Stable offers training, conditioning, Amateur and Junior
Exhibitor instruction, says Scot Phelan. “A trainer’s toughest job
seldom involves the horses”, says Scot. Usually it is handling
logistical problems pertaining to extensive travel. Good communication
between client and trainer is always a good combination.
A trainer’s greatest pleasure is a simple
moment when everything he/she anticipated takes place, whether it be a
championship ride or a child choosing the correct diagonal for the first
time. Over the years a National Championship ribbon or trophy always
appears to stand out as your biggest training success as does all the
work, devotion, time and energy put into it. However, it is very
difficult to choose one specific time as your biggest success since once
a goal is accomplished another appears.
My biggest recent successes are, again,
these moments, I “believed” everything anticipated took place. Perhaps
it was the adult amateur showing before a milestone birthday, amateur
receiving a standing ovation for a ride of a lifetime, or a rider
qualifying for a Regional competition on a brand-new horse. And having a
team of great people to help coordinate everything is the cornerstone to
building such successes again and again.
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