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    12-13-2011, 09:52 AM
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Looking for good barn in Chester Heights PA area

Hello!

We live in Delaware and my daughter, who is 8, takes lessons. Over the Christmas break my husband and her are going t be having a little daddy-daughter time and are going to PA for a few days. We wanted to surprise her with a riding lesson and/or trail ride for their time together. Does anyone know of a really nice place to ride in the Chester Heights area? I have done some Google searches but am really hoping for more personal advice.

Thanks!
     
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    12-15-2011, 01:24 AM
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Oh goodness, that is the perfect horse area around here - lots of very nice barns with quality horses. It's right in the area of the Devon horse show and Radnor.

What are you looking for from the lesson? Send me a private message, as for some reason, I don't often think to look at this section of the board - I am local and know of quite a few places that are good places, but it totally depends on what level your daughter is at, and what you are wanting.
     

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