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    11-21-2007, 08:21 PM
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Training in North West NJ

MD Performance Horses caters to the show ring competitor of today competing locally at Open shows and regionally at Quarter Horse, Paint and Appaloosa circuits.

Welcoming the timid beginner through the competitive amateur.

Training services available for the variety of horses and riders. From building a strong foundation to the finishing touches on your show prospect.

Preparing clients in Western Pleasure, Horsemanship, Hunter Under Saddle, Equitation, Showmanship, Halter, Trail, and Gymkhana events.

Multiple aqha State Grand & Reserve Champions, ROM and Superior Earners, Amateur All Arounds, Congress Top Tens & World Show Qualifers.

Each horse is treated as our own. Horses are prepared with our show program and are fed premium feed and hay as well as kept under lights.

Year round riding with indoor arena and immaculate farm help beat the winter blues!

For more information please email me at demattiom@yahoo.com
     

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