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Any Barn In Southern NH, or Northern MA

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    11-14-2010, 01:32 PM
Any Barn In Southern NH, or Northern MA

Working student looking for work.
I am a working student. Very responsible, can provide refs and previous employers' contact information! Have reliable transportation. Just bought a horse, and looking to make some money to buy some new equipment!
(Need to raise quite a bit)

I am experienced but not limited to the following:
Mucking/Cleaning stalls and paddocks
Cleaning barn
Exercising (Any horse that isn't dangerous)
Foal Work and Care
Apprenticing with an Instructor(I love working with kids of all ages and have very good people skills)
Working in tack shops! I love business!
Managing while you're away.
Please email me!
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    11-23-2010, 02:42 PM
I'm not sure where you are located but I used to board at Contry Hill Farm in Mason, NH. I loved that place and highly recommend it. I don't know if they are looking for any working students, but it can't hurt to ask!

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