It's perfect timing. I'll get two days a week where I know my horse is being worked in a controlled, professionally supervised way. Theo gets to have an experienced rider jump him which he loves to do. The student gets a horse that is safe and fun to jump so she can do things that are more fun than cross rails and trying to install brakes on naughty ponies. Trainer D gets to work with Theo three times a week (2 lessons and 1 training ride). Apparently Trainer D and Theo have been getting along like peas in a pod.
It's a weight off of my shoulders. Theo is a horse that needs to be kept busy, now I can share that work with two other people.