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I’m very sorry to hear about the loss in your family, sir, but I wanted to thank you for your kind words about the seahorse training program.
The training manual really is very comprehensive, consisting of several hundred pages of text with more than 250 full color photographs, so even the most experienced hobbyists are bound to learn a few things that will be helpful to them in their pursuit of this hobby.
I would also like to point out that the training manual is revised regularly. At least once a year – normally a few times annually – I revise the training manual to include additional information, new illustrations, and to update the material in the links in the text. So even if you have already completed the seahorse training program a long time ago, you might want to consider requesting a new copy of the training manual if it’s been more than a year since you went through the program.
And, of course, newbies and first-time and time seahorse keepers will find the training program to be an invaluable aid. There is nowhere else you will find as much useful, pertinent information on the aquarium care and keeping of seahorses in one location. (The training manual puts all the other guide books on seahorses to shame, and is much more up-to-date than any of the print media on our amazing aquatic equines.)
As always, the training manual is completely free of charge to all Ocean Rider clients and customers, so there is really no reason not to participate.
Anyone who is interested should send me a brief reply by e-mail with a little background information about your experience level as an aquarist, if any, and I will take it from there. You can always reach me at the following e-mail address:
Best wishes with all your fishes, everyone!
Pete Giwojna, Ocean Rider Training Program Advisor