08-30-2012, 06:26 PM
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Buying the horse is the cheap part. You have to consider the board is a MONTHLY cost and is only one of the regular costs you're going to have to pay for. Most people can raise some amount of money in the short term but it sounds like your issue is bigger than that. If you don't have a horse yet and you already can figure out how to pay for monthly board, what about the other costs? Emergencies? Point is, you don't have the horse yet and it seems like you already can't afford it. Are you really financially ready for the repeat bills that come with a horse?
Ultimately, you need a better job. You can find plenty of decent used tack for good prices. However, you need a regular income that's high enough to pay the regular costs, have some spending money and have some for savings.
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