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    06-03-2012, 06:53 PM
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Looking for a quiet boarding stable near Leeds, AL

I have leased many horses for years and a very busy lesson barn and finally got completley sick of the trainers using my horses nonstop in lessons. I know it's a lease, but I should be allowed to ride the horse I'm paying for every now and then. So after being offered a horse that's mine (done and payed for, NOT a lease) I am looking for a non-lesson/ or private barn where my horse is completely mine and there's not that "busy barn" feel. If anybody lives in the area or knows of any barns near Leeds, AL, please help! My horse is a Saddlebred gelding, needs to be in a stall with turnout options. We will be working on natural horsemanship and riding skills. Quiet is the key word but I will look at any options!
     

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