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    07-20-2009, 11:28 PM
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Yearling
switching barns

Well this weekend we hope to switch barns and I am pumped! =] the barn we r switching too is a lot closer (we can get there in half the time it takes to get to the barn im at now) it has beautiful trails ponds etc. and right down the road there is a barn that teaches jumping! PERFECT! (me and my horse do hunters but recently we have been VERY interested in trail riding) I took my last lesson today and in a weird way it was kinda depressing! Me and my horse were spectacular =] and I feel kinda strange about leaving (i have been at this barn for 4-5 yrs!) I am just hoping that everything works out the new barn and this jumping barn that I will trailer down to is nice. Im kinda concerned about my horse b/c I know its stressful for them to move to a new environment new herd etc. is there anything I can do for my boy? Wish me luck! Any encouraging words would be great! Thanks in advance1 =]
     
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    07-22-2009, 10:25 AM
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