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        05-24-2010, 06:31 PM
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    Smile Anyone near Parsley Creek Virginia?

    I need to hire someone near Parsley Creek Viriginia to test ride a horse purchase prospect for me in Los Angeles. I need someone to shoot some video of you riding horse, as well...but not high quality footage just a camcorder or video clips from your camera will do. Experienced rider needed to evaluate for hunters discipline a quarter pony mare 7 years old childrens horse to evaluate for a beginner rider in hunters. Need to know how well she moves trot canter, responsiveness, behavior issues, girthing, standing for various things like picking feet. Mounting/dismounting, etc. How easy is she to control, stop, slow down, turning, etc.
    I am willing to pay a flat fee (no commission from my end) to someone who can evaluate for me. This is supposedly a childrens safe show horse in hunters jumps 2'9 currently showing 3 weekends a month with a 10 year old and want to make sure this horse isn't a problem and can do basic work for a beginner adult in hunters who hasn't learned to canter yet just walks trots over poles, etc.
    Let me know if there is anyone out there who can help me out.
    Thanks again.
    Laura
         
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        05-24-2010, 06:33 PM
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    I've never heard of Parsley Creek. Where is it near?
         
        05-24-2010, 06:53 PM
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    Correction, anyone near Parksley viriginia?

    Correction, anyone near Parksley Virginia?
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    Originally Posted by coffeemama    
    I need to hire someone near Parsley Creek Viriginia to test ride a horse purchase prospect for me in Los Angeles. I need someone to shoot some video of you riding horse, as well...but not high quality footage just a camcorder or video clips from your camera will do. Experienced rider needed to evaluate for hunters discipline a quarter pony mare 7 years old childrens horse to evaluate for a beginner rider in hunters. Need to know how well she moves trot canter, responsiveness, behavior issues, girthing, standing for various things like picking feet. Mounting/dismounting, etc. How easy is she to control, stop, slow down, turning, etc.
    I am willing to pay a flat fee (no commission from my end) to someone who can evaluate for me. This is supposedly a childrens safe show horse in hunters jumps 2'9 currently showing 3 weekends a month with a 10 year old and want to make sure this horse isn't a problem and can do basic work for a beginner adult in hunters who hasn't learned to canter yet just walks trots over poles, etc.
    Let me know if there is anyone out there who can help me out.
    Thanks again.
    Laura
         
        05-24-2010, 06:57 PM
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    Okay, found it.

    It's way over on the Eastern Shore of VA, if anyone on this BB is in that area.

    I'm not, sorry. It's 260 miles from me. Virginia's a big state, as east coast states go.
         

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