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I have a easy job good $ (read inside)

Location: southern alberta
Pay: 100$ an hour
Job: sitting on a horse doing nothing

Hey I need to film a scene for a movie I am making. Its really easy, all you need is a ALL black horse (no exceptions whatsoever) and you have to ride it bareback. Maybe some slow trotting and walking mainly doing nothing though.
The background I need is a bunch of dead trees and snow covering the entire ground completely no grass (no conifers at all in the background either they must all be dead deciduous trees) Easy spots for this are meadows and frozen water
I know tons of places like this near bragg creek, sibbald creek and kananaskis so if you don't have a place with these requirements then I will do it here. Actor size statistics... (If you do not meet these requirements and have a well trained horse then I can be the one sitting on it and you can just sit in a chair for 5 hours)
You will be wearing a huge costume robe, wings, hood, electric lights etc... which has a veil blocking your vision about 25% and will be carrying something in 1 hand. If you don't have anything near your house then you will need transportation and I will pay for it 50/50

Height: taller is better anything over 5'5 just adult sized
Gender: doesn't matter
Shape: a normal body shape is good, nothing super fat, super buff, or anything like that. Not too picky here.
Race: doesn't matter
Riding abilities: you need to be able to trot semi-blind folded
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