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post #1 of 10 Old 01-30-2012, 07:33 PM Thread Starter
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Maybe getting a rescue/ MOVING!

Well.. I may be getting a rescue horse! No, haven't found one, but if I find the perfect one, it is a possibility, or if that wouldn't work out I would get a boarder here.

AND, I may be moving to Montana or Colorado, it is very expensive where I am right now, just drooling over those amazing properties there.. Don't care where really, just at least 3 acres and max. price under $615,000. And yes, with Casey.

Here are some of my favorites- (and no, not all are in Montana or Colorado, but near there anyways)

http://horseproperties.net/property-...page=2&pid=979

http://www.buyhorseproperties.com/CO...e-HansonRd.htm

http://horseproperties.net/property-...ubmit=&pid=198

http://horseproperties.net/property-...page=2&pid=914

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post #2 of 10 Old 01-31-2012, 08:38 AM
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My favorite property is the first one. I think the house and barn are both really nice. I will come live with you and be your groom :-D
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My favorite is the third property. LOVE it!
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Oh my! What beautiful places! My favorite is the one that is 10 acres in Montana, both the scenery and the house are beautiful. Plus the barn is really cute and I especially like how there is a lounge area on the upstairs portion of the barn. It's also nice that it's close to town, unlike where I live. We have to drive at least 20 minutes just to buy groceries. :(
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Third one is LIKE OMFG I GOTTA GET THAT SELL ALL MY STUFF FORGET LIFE MOVE THERE NOW worthy.

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I really like #1, it's a really nice barn, and the house is lovely too.
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I like the third one.
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post #8 of 10 Old 01-31-2012, 08:14 PM
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i like the second one(: it has a nice big barn..but i didnt look much at the house. congrats on the maybe new horse and moving!
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I like the third one! congrats!!!

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Thanks guys! I am not sure about the third one, as the inside of the house just isn't my favorite or my style, but I love the outside of the house! The main thing drawing me away from it is the pastures.. May be they are overgrazed, they just seem unattractive to me a little bit! That barn is way better than mine right now.. BUT compared to the second ones barn.. ! The second one is my favorite, the barn is JAW-DROPPING! Huge isle.. Heated tack room... Amazing stalls (two of which are 12 x 24) .. I don't like the outside of the house, but, from the picture of the inside it is pretty nice, and for that price, remodoling is an option.

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