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        01-06-2011, 08:52 PM
    Loving the new barn

    It's such a breath of fresh air compared to old one. Nothing against old one but new is a bit more show driven. Girls are handling "the big horses" just fine and many new activities. I also feel I can be more hands on at this barn
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        01-06-2011, 10:01 PM
    Well I am glad you are liking the new barn.... Have fun
        01-06-2011, 10:14 PM
    I was very unhappy at my old barn and took a while to really realize how miserable I was (must have been my love for horses that camouflaged it) I thought I had no choice because it was the cheapest closest thing... finally I found a barn that was 3 times less the distance!!!!!! I was so happy, and although it's a little more pricey, my new trainer is so worth it! She pushes me real hard, really cares about me and helps a lot, for once I have a relationship with my trainer. And the choice of horse are much larger and I don't get the 30 year old mare anymore that dislike being ridden unless you let her canter for a tinsy bit and then put her back. ;)

    SO I'm happy you love your new barn too! :)

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