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        01-28-2009, 10:57 AM
      #11
    Weanling
    I'm really sorry if I am repeating something that was already said because I didn't have the time to read everyone's replies, but here's what I think:

    I think that you should move to the barn that is $50 less and maybe ask your friends if they want to come as well?

    If you really want to stay at the barn that you're currently at, then maybe there are other coaches that can teach you??

    Idk, just a thought. Good luck with your decision! :)

    P.S. Where's the cookies, cake, and chocolate milk??? (jk, jk)
         
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        01-29-2009, 01:01 AM
      #12
    Trained
    I was in a similar situation a few months back.
    We bought horses and decided to board them there. At first it seemed like a great place. Indoor arena, 3 outdoor riding arenas, cross country course, trails right off the property. It seemed great!
    But soon after we were there, we realized it was much much different. Throughout our time being there (a little over a year) they had lost boarders, hiked up their prices, added surcharges and were overall very rude and disrepectful to me and my fiance.

    When it is no longer fun to be spending time with your horse (because of either the people there or the place) you should move, IMO.

    I would look around and also call. Make a list of stuff you absolutely need and stuff that would be great if they had it, but not a necessity.
    Maybe talk to your friend's BO (of the place she's moving back to) and see if you can move there if there is any availability.Unless you don't want to be there.

    Good luck in your search and I'm sorry that you are going through that!
         
        01-29-2009, 07:25 AM
      #13
    Foal
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by appylover31803    
    I was in a similar situation a few months back.
    We bought horses and decided to board them there. At first it seemed like a great place. Indoor arena, 3 outdoor riding arenas, cross country course, trails right off the property. It seemed great!
    But soon after we were there, we realized it was much much different. Throughout our time being there (a little over a year) they had lost boarders, hiked up their prices, added surcharges and were overall very rude and disrepectful to me and my fiance.

    When it is no longer fun to be spending time with your horse (because of either the people there or the place) you should move, IMO.

    I would look around and also call. Make a list of stuff you absolutely need and stuff that would be great if they had it, but not a necessity.
    Maybe talk to your friend's BO (of the place she's moving back to) and see if you can move there if there is any availability.Unless you don't want to be there.

    Good luck in your search and I'm sorry that you are going through that!
    Thank you for the amazing adive. It's kind of cool we are litterally going throught the same thing. My friend and I are checking out a barn tommorrow. :)
         
        01-29-2009, 07:27 AM
      #14
    Foal
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by horsegirl123    
    I'm really sorry if I am repeating something that was already said because I didn't have the time to read everyone's replies, but here's what I think:

    I think that you should move to the barn that is $50 less and maybe ask your friends if they want to come as well?

    If you really want to stay at the barn that you're currently at, then maybe there are other coaches that can teach you??

    Idk, just a thought. Good luck with your decision! :)

    P.S. Where's the cookies, cake, and chocolate milk??? (jk, jk)
    One of my friends may be moving with me, the others love the coach and everything. I am kinda in this alone, but it's alright now.

    I'd love to get other coaches but it's mandatory to take her lessons.
         
        01-30-2009, 07:59 PM
      #15
    Green Broke
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Shawken    
    One of my friends may be moving with me, the others love the coach and everything. I am kinda in this alone, but it's alright now.

    I'd love to get other coaches but it's mandatory to take her lessons.
    Yea, I think that is wrong too, because it should be YOUR dessision, not hers who trains you.
         

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