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        05-06-2011, 05:29 PM
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    I don't plan on doing eventing if it isn't available in my area...

    It seems that the only discipline that is available in my area is HJ. Which isn't a problem, because I'm open to learning it..

    But I am still looking for the right trainer. Saskia hasn't responded just yet so I will give it until Monday then I will call her. Also there is another place that I am going to on Sunday, called A-1 Equestrian. It's actually right behind Alstad Arabian (one of the barns I volunteer at) and apparently they do western and English pleasure. This way I can get a feel for both before I jump at a discipline that I possibly will not enjoy.
         
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