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        04-28-2013, 10:57 AM
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    Boarding in or near Brooklyn

    I am moving from the south up to Brooklyn for my husband's job. I have a 19yo TB and am looking for full board facility within a reasonable distance to Brooklyn. I am currently pregnant, and will not be able to travel long distance prior to or shortly after having our baby. I still want to check on him a couple times a week, so location is important. Any suggestions? He (my horse) is semi retired. He showed a lot in his younger days, and is now enjoying a more relaxed lifestyle. He does need to be turned out on a regular basis, or he will get stir crazy. Thanks for any and all help.
         

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