1. Make a “training chart”. This has been a bit of a thing recently that everyone has been doing. You make a table of all your horses with 15 squares next to each and when you’ve training it up a level, you fill in a square. Some people really want their table filled in.
2. Don’t buy a new horse until the previous one is trained. You need to be strict with yourself to stick to this rule but if you do then the motivation of buying a new horse will keep you training.
3. Make a regular training session to train as a group, peer pressure will force you into it!