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It's all about life! Everyday is a good day. Here at Doubletree we love what we do, and we do it very well. Winning the big prize and hearing the crowd cheer is great, but the best day is spent in the wilderness on a well trained horse. Doubletree was created out of the love of horses and they joy they bring to so many people. We strive to bring rider and equine athlete together in a perfect union of horsemanship, enjoying every minute spent together. Its thrilling turning a cow on the fence, crossing a stream, making a big sliding stop at the completion of a perfect reining pattern, enjoying a deep breath of cool mountain air, watching your loop slowly settle over a steers head, conquering that steep rocky hill, spinning so fast you get dizzy, or the sight of an eagle floating overhead. These are the moments that emphasize this union between rider and equine. Through our clinics, Versatility Ranch Horse shows, lessons, breeding, and training, we strive for perfection, discipline, and most importantly...the gratification you experience through the art of horsemanship. I don't teach you how to ride, I teach you "The Program by Carl Wood". I show you how to train your horse and you will then benefit from becoming a better rider. Our program does not offer you an instant win or solution, but it does offer you the opportunity to enjoy a lifetime of pleasure with your horse. Come have a good day with us!
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