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Sandi Bell is a horse owner, writer, consultant and instructor from the San Francisco Bay Area. A passionate “horse advocate,” she aspires to help other horse lovers understand and remedy behavioral issues not premeditated by the horse. Sandi’s formal education began by attending clinics, symposiums and seminars from top horse professionals and she is currently working on a degree in Equine Science. Read her popular blog at www.heartandsoulequine.com.
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