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  1. So I've been riding with the same instructor for 10 years now, and I still feel like I'm in the intermediate stage. I'm really not sure if it's simply due to the fact that she thinks I'm just a slow learner who can't handle anything more than what I'm doing now or if she's simply just burnt out. I would like to start looking into jumping, although I've still never jumped in my life. I'm supposed to start going over small cross rails soon, however I just don't feel like I'm progressing at the rate I should be? I'd like to ask her if it has anything to do with me personally and my learning style, but I don't want her to take it as an insult to her teaching. Any advice?
  2. So I've been riding for just over 10 years now, I'm 15. I'm looking to start saving up and earning a bit of money to either fully lease/own a horse of my own since my family has never had the funds. I was wondering if anybody would have any experience finding what you might call clients in this case I suppose. I'm looking into posting ads at local barns and such and/or asking my current instructor about anybody she knows, although that seems like it would just be a game of waiting for somebody to randomly show up. Is there any way anyone might know to bring in people looking to have their horses worked with? I'm really on a short time-frame here and I need to find a source of income no matter how small sometime soon, but just don't know how to go about doing so. Any advice or help on the subject is appreciated!