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H/J Lessons North of Austin, Texas for Adult Re-Rider?

Hi y'all! I did a board search but couldn't find any recommendations, so I'm hoping someone out there can help. I'm an adult re-rider, originally from out of state (but so happy to be here!), looking to get back into riding in the Austin area. I live in a northern suburb, so I'd prefer a barn in the Round Rock/Leander/Hutto/Taylor area, at least to get started. If/when I progress I might consider making the drive out to Manor or elsewhere. Right now I'm looking for lots of riding time to get stronger, and while I do want quality instruction, I don't need a superstar trainer at this point (nor can I afford it!).

I have children that will also be getting lessons, so ideally the barn would be a good fit for all ages.

Any recs? Thanks so much!

Edited to add: if anyone knows of a decent trailriding barn, I'd be up for that, too, to supplement my time mounted. I can (could?? ) ride Western too, so that's not an issue.

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