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    02-17-2012, 04:03 AM
Looking for a job at a barn.

I am looking for a part-time job at a barn. I am willing to do anything I just love being around horses and I miss it

If you are not or do you know of any stable near by that are. Please help me. Thank you for taking your time to read to read this.

Little about me:

I am 19. I live in Union Beach, NJ. I have been around horses all my life. I use to live on a farm before I started school and came to New jersey. I have trained my own horses in every discipline. I have worked with foal, stallion, and etc. I have showed for 8 years and know all the basic of showing and perparing for them. Also, in 2009 I went to the 4-h state horse show in Harrisburg, PA. I also work for a farm called Future Vision Farms in Greentown, PA for 5 years. Doing pony rides, cleaning, etc. I love to be around horse and love to learn more about them. If you need any more information etc. about me you can email me at a_peterka82@yahoo.com or call 908-461-9647.

Video of me riding and training a 2 year old:
State Show
Training Tinker

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