Not really boarding, but Lessons.

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    08-28-2011, 03:57 PM
Not really boarding, but Lessons.

I'm moving my horse to a small boarding barn from a large show barn in October, but I haven't really been taking lessons for the past 4-6 months and I'm wondering if anybody knows of any good Dressage and/or Jumper barns that offer lessons because I'm wanting to keep up with my riding and improve with my boy.

I'm hoping for a place in the rock county area in wisconsin. These would also be lessons just for me where I would just be a rider rather then a boarder and taking lessons on my horse.

Thanks for any and all help.
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    11-06-2011, 01:25 AM
I live no where near there, but I did a search on Here you go:
Horseback Riding Lessons in Janesville, Wisconsin. Horse Riding Lessons in Janesville, WI. Riding Instructors in Rock County, WI. - Page 1
And, future reference, this would go under Horse Riding, you can ask admins to move it

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