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July 6, 2011 at 7:38 am #1893pigginsickMember
I’m totally new to marine fish and at this time I have’nt purchased a tank. I have read maany books but need a more direct teaching approach. I feel that I would like to rear Sea Horses. They look so delicate that I need a lot more information before I start. I have trained horses the past 10 years pr so and teach riding and training tp those who wish to learn my approach. Completely Natural. Sea Horses would be a great addition. How do I join this training program?July 6, 2011 at 10:19 pm #5334Pete GiwojnaGuest
In addition to the information you have provided in your post, Anthony, to begin the training you simply need to contact me by e-mail ([email protected]) with your full name (first and last), which I need for my records. Once we have established e-mail communication, I will then enroll you in the Ocean Rider seahorse training program, which is a correspondence course that is conducted entirely via e-mail, and begin sending you the lessons. After each lesson, we can go ahead and discuss anything that is not clear to you before we move on.
It doesn’t matter if you are new to marine aquarium keeping, Anthony– the seahorse training program is intended for beginners and is designed to teach you the fundamentals of good aquarium keeping as we progress through the lessons. It will explain step-by-step how to select a suitable aquarium, equip it, cycle the new tank and get it up and running properly, and aquascape the tank in order to create ideal conditions for seahorses. I will also be recommending some good aquarium guide books for beginners for you to read along the way. And, of course, I will be working with you personally through our ongoing correspondence every step of the way until your new aquarium is completely prepared, ready to receive your seahorses, and you are prepared to give them the best possible care, regardless of how long that may take.
So please send me a brief e-mail including your full name, Anthony, and we will get started with the training program right away. I can always be reached at the following e-mail address:
Best wishes with all your fishes, sir!
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