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    09-24-2009, 12:25 PM
Go riding together on my horses in SC

I don't know if this is the proper place to post this, so sorry if its not.

I would love to find someone to go riding with on my horses. Hubby just does not ride much and we have 4 horses. I don't mind riding alone but it would be so nice to have a buddy, plus the horses need the exercise. Our horses are all nice and well mannered. I ride western but my friends sister always rides english when she rides with us. Actually one of my QH was shown english/jumping previously. Depending on experience level and time constraints we could ride on our property,a lot of nearby trails, or even trailer them somewhere. We do have barrels and jumps set up in our little field but not a lot of experience yet.

Does anyone know someone who would be interested? We would be available most weekends and holidays plus I could take time off work during the week sometimes.

Sorry if I have left out information.. If you have any suggestions, please advise.

Thank you

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