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    09-16-2008, 08:33 PM
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Horse Boarding in Southern California!

Hello! Im thinking of moving my horse to a city closer to where I live, where he is currently at is far and hard to get to latley, and to be honest the place is pretty run down, im pretty sure I can find a stable closer and nicer for the same price I am paying now, which is $300.

I've been doing a lot of searches but was wondering if by any chance anyone here knew of any good stables in southern California, the areas or surronding areas of Chatsworth,Agoura Hills, Calabasas, I might even consider malibu.

If anyone has any info that would be great! I would much rather find a place by word of mouth then by doing searches online, which ill be doing anyways but any help is appreciated!

Thanks!
     

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