February 15, 2021 at 4:23 am #55117Pete GiwojnaModerator
Sure, either you are 75-gallon tank with the refugium or your 40-gallon tank would make a fine seahorse habitat, Rae, and I would be very happy to enroll you and the Ocean Rider Seahorse Training Program.
However, the seahorse training is conducted entirely via e-mail, so we will need to establish e-mail communication before we can get started. Just send a brief message expressed in your interest in the seahorse training program to the following e-mail address, and we’ll get started right away:
In the meantime, best wishes with all your fishes, and be sure to stay safe and healthy!
Pete Giwojna, Ocean Rider Seahorse Training Advisor
—–Original Message—–March 7, 2021 at 5:35 am #55734Allan MilfordParticipant
My name is Al Milford. I have been keeping marine fish and reefs for 45 years. I have one FOWLR tank running now with a nice community of fish within. I always wanted seahorses but was turned off by how feeble they looked at the LFS.
I became interested in seahorses by visiting seahorse.com. The animals look hardy and sustainable!!
I set up a separate tank and cycled it with a pair of gold flake maroon clownfish and anemone for about 9 months. I moved them out in preparation for my Orange and Yellow sunburst pair due on Thursday March 10th.
I’m interested in learning as much as I can and becoming certified.
Please forward me the emails for your courses.
Looking forward to getting started.
Thanks in advance
AlMarch 7, 2021 at 10:14 am #55746Pete GiwojnaModerator
Thank you for the information regarding your background as a marine aquarist and your seahorse setup, sir!
I have already responded to your post offlist, Mr. Milford, and you should have received your free copy of the seahorse training manual by now. I’ll be very happy to respond to any follow-up questions or concerns you may have as you read through the lessons, sir.
Best wishes with all your fishes, Al!
Pete Giwojna, Ocean Rider Tech Support
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