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Understanding the animal
By CAITLIN GRAVESON / North County Correspondent
Jack Burns has been always known that he wanted to work with horses.
He grew up in Kansas and was introduced to riding at his grandparent’s farm when he was 3 years old. He competed in his first horse show when he was 8.
Now training and shoeing horses from his home base in Windsor, Burns says, “I have never had a doubt. I always wanted to work with horses. Horses have always been the most important career choice for me, personally and professionally.”
Burns has more than 20 years of experience, arriving in Sonoma County in 1995.
“Horses were the reason I moved out here,” he says. “There are so many horses here and a lot of good professionals. There is more of everything going on here — Western riding, English riding.
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