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WikiHorseWorld is proud to provide our members with free access to some of the finest equine professionals in the horse industry. Members can ask questions about a wide range of equine issues including horse healthcare, training, saddles and tack to any of the below equine professionals and receive prompt advice and suggestions absolutely free. However, this very valuable free service is available only to WikiHorseWorld members so Join WikiHorseWord Today!

 

 

         
         
Dr. Jim Joyce, DVM   Shannon Anderson
  Paulette Nuetzel

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Our Official Trainer

 

 

Our Official Saddle Pro

 

   

 

Dr. Jim has been a practicing equine veterinarian for over 25 years and he will  be happy to answer all your equine questions about horse injuries, disease, lameness or virtually any other horse healthcare topic.

 

 

 

 

Shannon has been training horses & starting colts for over 20 years and she's eager to answer all your questions about training foals, ground work, problem horses or almost any other horse training question.

 

 

 

 

Paulette is a master saddle fitter and has been with the Stubben Saddlery for 18 years. She's happy to answer all your questions about saddle types & parts, english & western saddles or almost any other saddle issue.

 


   
         
   
         
   
         
   
             
             
         

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