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    11-03-2013, 07:30 PM
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Boarding Horses

Hi, I was just wanting some information about boarding horses. I have been thinking about starting my own boarding place and would love to get as much information about it as I could before I jump head first into it without knowing some information about it first. So any help at all would be great you thank you!
     
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    11-03-2013, 08:13 PM
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Green Broke
I think you need to make a lot of decisions before you come asking for advice.

For example--what kind of boarding facility are you looking to run? What are you looking to offer? Are you hoping to cater to a specific discipline? What's popular in the area where you are planning to start this establishment? Are you wanting to purchase something that already has horse accommodations, or start from the ground up? Do you have a trainer in mind?

Those are just a few things to consider, that will help people get a better feel about what you're looking to accomplish. (:
     

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