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        07-10-2012, 12:31 PM
    Willing to take care of a busy riders horse

    I’m an experienced rider (have been riding for 7/8 years) and willing to exercise anyone’s horse. Confident in flatwork and jumping. Also comfortable riding in a sand school and absolutely at home riding outside. I only have very little experience riding on road. Willing to ride all types of horses. On top of that I'm perfectly capable to do any stable duties or anything else needed to be done in exchange for riding opportunaties.

    I'm 174cm high and weight about 64kg. I am available to ride all day of week from 19th July - 2nd August and then again 20th August - 5th September.

    Feel free to contact me with any questions. I'am willing to come down and show my riding to anyone intereste. (NO time wasteres, please)

    Please, PM me for more info.
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        07-10-2012, 02:54 PM
    Well, in order to find a horse to ride and look after, you need to post your location ;) or be willing travel all over the world! Lol.
        07-11-2012, 11:32 AM
    Yes, so sorry. Its Sout East London, Great Britain

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