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        07-01-2009, 02:52 PM
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    I'm so impressed with Rowanoak Livery Yard in Brecon, Wales. They sorted my 10 month Colt Sundance out for me. When I got Sundance I wasn't told of any problems he had. I found that I was unable to catch him, this really upset me, I had a lot of things planned for this youngster. A friend recommended Rowanoak to me, I thought I was worth a try, i'm glad I listened to my friend. Rowanoak managed to get a rope around his neck then after a few days Sundance allowed the yard owner to put a headcollar on him, I tried before I was allowed to take Sundance home, I could. Once home Sundance was fine, I can still put a headcollar on him. Rowanoak take horses with different problems whether it's riding issues or just more schooling. If anyones interested let me know.
         

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