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    10-05-2013, 03:18 AM
Equestrian Life in Reno, NV

I used to own a horse, but long story short, selling him was he best option due to the abuse the locals put him through. I don't want to get another horse until I move, which appears to be sooner than we thought. When our taxes come back, we hope to move to Reno, Nevada.

Does anyone live in that area? How is the horse world there? Are equine vets, barefoot trimmers, corrective farriers, english competitions, and boarding places easy to come by? What about self care boarding, any of those? I just need a place for him to sleep, and I can easily take care of the rest.
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    10-05-2013, 02:36 PM
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    10-05-2013, 03:58 PM
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I didn't live in Reno but we used to live in Fallon for a while so I won't be much help. There are some horse oriented areas around Reno, Palomino Valley, Lemmon Valley and Red Rock. Plenty of open shows to go to and it seemed like I was always seeing flyers for boarding and training facilities.
Also look into Carson City, Minden and Gardnerville. Any of the smaller communities like Stagecoach, Silver Springs most folks have enough property to keep their horses at home
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