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Horse's for exercising? Essex/Cambridge

I'm looking for something to ride over summer in the Essex/Cambridge area. I live in Saffron Walden and will travel to surrounding villages.
I have 11 years riding experience and I'm about to start my final year of an Equine Sports Science degree at Lincoln University in September. I have just had to give up my lovely loan horse after 4 years of having him due to lack of funds, and I'm really missing riding (and him especially!). I have competed in prelim and novice unaff dressage, 3ft unaff SJ, hunted and done ODE's, also ridden a variety of types and ages and have have been working with horses for as long as I can remember. I'm sensible, competent, confident and patient and take the time to work out a horse and listen to it rather than getting on and straight away and telling it what to do.

I'm a 20 year old female, 5'10" and weigh 10 stone.

I'm looking for something to ride a few days a week, mainly schooling but will also hack, also willing to do yard duties and grooming. Any sort of height, age, type. If possible I would love the opportunity to compete a little too.

Fingers crossed, someone will need me
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