Trail barn

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Trail barn

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        04-13-2007, 02:29 PM
    Trail barn

    I found a trail riding barn, near my horse and the farm is perfect, but I would be paying $100 more than I currently pay. I would be paying $350. Is this reasonable? For a barn that is only for trail riders? The horses all lok fat and happy, there is good looking hay, even at this time of year, and I made a surprise stop in. I did not call first. What price would you pay for a barn like this?
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        06-15-2007, 07:40 PM
    I'm looking for a similar barn in Phoenix, AZ. I'd like something around the foothills (we have a lot of preserves / parks here) so I wouldn't have to trailer everywhere just to get some nice long trail rides in.

    Around here I'd probably pay up to that -- but that does seem a little high. Do they have anything "special" that they offer? How clean are the stalls, what kind of stalls, etc?

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