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    03-20-2013, 11:11 AM
  #11
Green Broke
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Originally Posted by deserthorsewoman    
Reitanlage Brönninghausen | Bielefeld

Sonja Hassenewert, Dressursusbildung his Kl. S
05208-8276

Indoor, pastures, stalls with runs attached, individual feeding, reasonable rates, they turn out for you, clean stalls for a small fee if you want. Individual feeding.
Sounds pretty much what you would need and it's right outside Heepen.
Keep in mind, it's an internet thing, haven't seen it. But I think it's worth checking out.

You will have it easier, somewhat, to find something after may.
Looking at this, I think I may take a look. Everyone looks for something different, right? I can deal with shouting instructors and a hard life so long as the horse gets all the best ;)

And, importantly.. they have paddockboxes for my dad's mare which is a bonus with her navicular.

If possible, will ask if we can get tax relief (19%) which we currently do. Its all the added extras of 60 for turnout a month and 30 for mucking out.

BUT they have a walker for winter and lazy days!
     
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    03-20-2013, 11:14 AM
  #12
Green Broke
I read the same thing about the first, but they said it wasn't too bad and the trainer was excellent. Place is run down, I guess.

Ubbedissen looked good, too bad I couldn't get the price list.

The last one I really like. Hence the "I hope it's not far"

I agree with the Saddle Club....too much drama

I found these places Googling Reitstall Pferdepension Bielefeld Heepen....its a forum where somebody was lookng in 2011
     
    03-20-2013, 11:17 AM
  #13
Green Broke
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Originally Posted by DuffyDuck    
Looking at this, I think I may take a look. Everyone looks for something different, right? I can deal with shouting instructors and a hard life so long as the horse gets all the best ;)

And, importantly.. they have paddockboxes for my dad's mare which is a bonus with her navicular.

If possible, will ask if we can get tax relief (19%) which we currently do. Its all the added extras of 60 for turnout a month and 30 for mucking out.

BUT they have a walker for winter and lazy days!
Well, have a look. That forum said it wasn't getting necessary repairs( I found that after I posted the link, of course), but that the instructor was excellent.
     
    03-20-2013, 11:23 AM
  #14
Green Broke
Things can change.. and I can do repairs for board ;)

I think this is definitely a thing where I am going to have to phone in May and find two empty slots, make appointments to go and see and go and have a look.

Like you said, and like I said to my dad.. even for the first month if they are at somewhere decent but not perfect we can mooch around.
     
    03-20-2013, 11:33 AM
  #15
Green Broke
Exactly
If I'm looking for places, to live, or keep horses, I check it out on streetview and Google earth....so I get an idea what the neighborhood looks like, the layout of the place, any busy streets next to it and such. Very helpful, gives you a rough idea and one less thing to pay attention to, or maybe one main thing, when you go there
     

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