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    05-01-2014, 10:10 PM
working student/ apprenticeship

Hi! I am looking to get some more time in the saddle. I have ridden both English and western before and am a confident beginner. I've ridden sporadically with friends. Also, I have taken about 10 English lessons and done some English trail riding. The western rides were mostly just on the trails. I would love to just ride every now and then with someone,(I don't own my own horse) or work off some lessons. I love horses and everything about them and I'm not afraid to get my hands dirty working hard. In exchange for riding time I would be more than happy to do work around the property and in the barn. I enjoy being around any type of animal. If you have any suggestions or know anyone that would be interested please comment or pm me! I am open to any suggestions or offers so please feel free!! Would like to stay within 20 min of Howell, NJ. But if it's the perfect situation I would consider going farther!
Thank you!
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    05-04-2014, 11:28 AM
*bump* still looking! I've thought about maybe doing an apprenticeship with either a dressage or eventing trainer, but I don't know where to start. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Also I'm 16, but would be willing to relocate for the summer, preferably somewhere close to NJ (like PA, MD, DE, NY) or in NJ. If it's in nj then I might be able to continue throughout the school year. Please comment or pm I really would like to find something soon!
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    05-04-2014, 01:41 PM
If you parents want to let you come to FL, we are still looking at Brevard Equestrian Center

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