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    02-04-2011, 06:25 PM
Question The right choice?

Ok, so my best friend is getting a horse at the end of the summer, and she rides western, but has started a bit english. The barn I board at is pretty expensive, and only english riders ride there. It's an eventing barn, and that is what my horse and I love. We are going to start showing soon. Well the barn she is probably going to board at is western and english, but they are a bit more western. They are alot cheaper and the care is just as good as the barn I am at now. I just don't know what to do. Continue with the barn I am at now, move, or try my best to convince her to board at my barn. They have barrels, and she trail rides and does barrels in western, nothing else. If convince her, how do I do it without seeming pushy and rude? Thanks! All opinions welcome! I don't really want just anyone to see the websites, privacy reasons, but PM me if the websites would help in anyway. Thanks

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