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post #1 of 1 Old 09-25-2010, 03:19 PM Thread Starter
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Need Some Help

Hi guys, I know I haven't been on the forum very long, but I thought maybe you guys could help me. So here is the story:

K so me and my husband moved down to San Diego about a year ago, to my great distress I had to leave Stetson (my horse) at home in Auburn Washington (State). Its going to cost about a $1400 to get a company to move him down here and we are hoping to use our tax return to do that with a little help from my dad. But I was homing that you guys might know some of the cheaper places to board? Me and my husband are still starting out and don't bring in a lot of money, but I can't bear to sell my horse. We have grown up together since I was 14 and he is a cribber. If I had to sell him his cribbing would be a big turn off to most people and I would always be afraid he would end up going to....well you know.... So does anyone know of any cheap places? I have found $185 to be the cheapest and that is for pasture. I mean we could deal with around $200-250. There are a lot of complicating factors that go into all of this so sorry if my post kind of rambles.
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