It’s been a few days since I have posted.  I’m a bit behind in my blogging.  Not for lack of effort though!  I have a post on western spurs brewing, that has almost turned into a book.  I am saving that one because I keep adding to it and I would like to spread it out over a few weeks.  


Next, I am working on a members area where you can follow along with my monthly lesson plans that I use for my students and my show team.  The lessons are tailored to any rider whether you show or just ride for fun.  Not only will you have my lesson plans, but you will personally have my help with any problems you are experiencing with your horse while following the lesson plan.  Stay tuned for more info on the members area…


I also have quite a few other training blog posts that I have been writing that will coincide with the members area training articles that will be available to all of my readers each month.


With this shaky economy we have been trying to regroup and Fredi has taken off on a new business venture.  I have been helping him get that all set up and organized.  So if any of you need used tires for your truck or trailer, he’s your man.  Just tell him Deanna sent you and you will receive a 10% discount on your tires.  That can really add up when you buy six tires for your dually.  If you have requests for tires feel free to email fredi@deannacastro.com


Lastly, for those of you who have not yet heard of equestrianlife.com please go over there and check it out.  It’s like facebook for horse people.   When you do go there please add me as a friend!  There has been some good discussion there in the comments section of one of my blogs.  Tips on teaching your horse to back and getting your horse to stop, you can check it out HERE.


About Deanna Castro

Deanna Castro has been training horses and riders professionally for over 18 years. She trains riders in Horsemanship, Western Pleasure, Showmanship and Trail Riding. Deanna is married to Native American Horse Trainer Fredi Castro and she is the author of "Six Weeks to a Better Horse".
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