Circle T Training Stables

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  • 31073 S Dhooghe Rd

    Colton, OR 97017

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  • 503-824-4095

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Tony's a horse trainer all right. His facility is nice, a really small indoor arena, well-kept, clean stalls. Not a lot of turnout if you leave your horse there, but most pro barns don't believe in the whole horses-outside thing anyway.

Left a horse for 30 days to start under saddle years ago. At 23 days, the horse had only 3 rides. It wasn't an easy horse, but in 3 weeks I could've been on him- I sent him out to get it done better. At 30 days the horse still had to be lunged with his head tied down until soaked in sweat, and although he went forward nicely, he would jump away from the rider when dismounting. Since this was only a problem when getting off and not getting on, I believe someone got off the horse and punished him, and being kind of flightly he wouldn't let it go. Not what I'd hope for from a pro.

Tony's horses do go nicely and he is probably pretty much like every other pro barn- if you have the money to keep your horse with him over a long period and want to do some showing, this would probably be a good place.

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Tony's a horse trainer all right. His facility is nice, a really small indoor arena, well-kept, clean stalls. Not a lot of turnout if you leave your horse there, but most pro barns don't believe in the whole horses-outside thing anyway.

Left a horse for 30 days to start under saddle years ago. At 23 days, the horse had only 3 rides. It wasn't an easy horse, but in 3 weeks I could've been on him- I sent him out to get it done better. At 30 days the horse still had to be lunged with his head tied down until soaked in sweat, and although he went forward nicely, he would jump away from the rider when dismounting. Since this was only a problem when getting off and not getting on, I believe someone got off the horse and punished him, and being kind of flightly he wouldn't let it go. Not what I'd hope for from a pro.

Tony's horses do go nicely and he is probably pretty much like every other pro barn- if you have the money to keep your horse with him over a long period and want to do some showing, this would probably be a good place.

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