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How Much Does Your Trainer Charge?

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    View Poll Results: How much do you pay for a one hour lesson?
    Under $20 2 9.09%
    $20 - $29 3 13.64%
    $30 - $39 12 54.55%
    $40 - $49 2 9.09%
    $50 - $59 2 9.09%
    $60 - $75 1 4.55%
    Voters: 22. You may not vote on this poll

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        07-18-2008, 10:18 PM
    I pay $25 for a 30min. Lesson because I have my own horse. Its $30 if you don't have a horse. Its an english saddle working on flat, dressage, jumping and x-country. Its a full 30min too. You start on time and work the whole way through. You basically work as much as you would in an hour lesson.
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        07-18-2008, 11:13 PM
    Mine are with a group of people, and they are free with my pony club!

        07-23-2008, 01:10 PM
    My sister and me are sharing our lessons
    Our trainer charges 15 € for both of us
    I donīt know how much this exactly is in $ ...
    but I somewhere in between 15 - 20 $

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