Best (or worst) Equine Vacations

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  1. oldhorsehome

    oldhorsehome Senior Member

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    Hmmm, I replied and then edited the reply and managed to delete it somehow...

    Anyway, @endurgirl, the guest room is ready! Bring your own horse to ride though. I've just got the one and I don't think riding Abe the donkey is an option. :rofl:

    ETA: I just did a quick search and most of the dude ranches are more like resorts. I can't find one the has actual cattle drives. We have about 13 cows, would that work for you?? :wink:
     
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    Thanks! I am an independent contractor working for a host agency. I did the training online through Travel Leaders Network. My host agency is owned by a good friend of mine and she is also mentoring me. (Since I am an independent contractor, I don't have to buy a franchise or business software, etc. I am under her umbrella and use her name, software, etc. for a split of the commission. I also get to work from home!) Travel Leaders has an excellent training course as well as continuing education courses. I'm currently working on becoming an Active & Adventure Travel Specialist. All of the cruise lines and many other travel suppliers have their own online training for their own products as well. I suggest she get in touch with Travel Leaders and talk with them. I also have another friend who bought a franchise with Cruise Planners and they provided all the training, etc. that she needed. Hope this helps!
     
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