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    07-18-2013, 08:34 PM
Looking to give a horse some TLC

Hi. My name is Trista. I am 31 and was involved with horses for 10 years (my teens and early 20s). I miss the horses so much. I am looking for someone who has an older horse that needs some TLC. I have fibromyalgia/chronic pain but have always found horses to be so healing for me. My goal is to return to riding, so I want to find a horse to spend time with that I could start on really slowly. In the meantime, I would be doing lots of grooming and just spending time with them. I have my Master level in Reiki as well, and would like the opportunity to practice on horses as well. If you have a horse that could use some attention and TLC or know of someone who does, please contact me by email at joyful.pixie@gmail.com or respond here. Thanks for your time.
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    07-18-2013, 09:10 PM
What area are you in?
    07-18-2013, 11:03 PM
Check out Equine.com, I saw a 16 year old gelding, dressage trained/master offered up for a good home. They have a bunch on there that might suit you.

Good luck!
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    07-29-2013, 04:44 AM
Thanks for your replies

Hi BornToRun, I am in Calgary, AB. Thanks FlyGap - I will check out that website.


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