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    06-24-2013, 11:17 AM
Portsmouth NH area full time/part time/ sometimes job.

We are moving to Portsmouth, NH with the Coast Guard in two weeks. I was just seeing if anyone needed some work done on an any time and any salary basis. I would like to have a little income while looking for a full time job and to stay busy and sane.

Let me know if you have anything available. I have 16 years horse experience in riding and care. Eight years of formal lessons and showing in English Hunter/Jumper and low level dressage, then schooled horses for my trainer, ran barrels but not in major shows. I can muck, brush, wash, tack, drag pastures, mow, you get the idea. Open to any and all odd jobs.

I have professional work references available as well as equine references.

Have an extra horse but need a trail buddy? Let me know! With my girl not here, I would love to get a horse fix. I would love to get to know my neighbors.


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    06-28-2013, 07:50 AM
I live in NH! There is a barn in Madbury, NH, called Capstone farm, that was looking to hire a couple weeks ago. You could look into that- not too far from where you'll be. The Durham area of NH is gorgeous and there is quite a few horsey people, you should be able to find something!
    07-05-2013, 10:21 AM
Welcome to NH! I live in the westernmost part of the state (Monadnock Region), so it's a bit of a drive from you, which is too bad, as we're looking for part-time barn help. Anyway, good luck with your move.

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