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        12-24-2013, 12:13 PM
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    Back on the hunt...

    Well, I can't go back to school in the spring like I had been planning, but my plan is for next fall for sure. In the meantime, I need a job (or at least an internship) to keep me busy until I can go back to school.

    I really want some more horse experience, and it's got to be either a live-in type of position or it has to be somewhere that I can get to (no car except on weekends, but I live about a mile from the DART station). I did check yardandgroom.com, and actually did contact a couple of places, but I never did have a lot of luck with that. I also found a couple of internship positions at therapeutic riding centers, which would be fine if it works out. I would prefer a paying job since I do have a lot of expenses, but it's something at least.

    Anyways, I'm just wondering if anyone knows of anything. I mean, I can always do non-horse related jobs (and honestly I can't really afford to be picky), but there's no harm in looking.
         

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