He needs to be constantly working over grids, and lines, which we won't be able to do for 4 or 5 months through the winter, because the outdoor has horrible drainage.
I'm looking at another barn now, whom I know the owner. The indoor is twice the size, can fit a full course, and has new footing. The stalls are also bigger, and the tack room is locked. There is an abundance of standards, poles, and fillings for jumps. Theres also cavaletti blocks, cones, and other useful training stuff.
I was wondering, do you think it's worth it, for the sake of my horse and his training, to relocate to this barn? They also have dressage, jumping, and hunt seat instructors and training.