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        03-15-2008, 11:06 PM
      #1
    Green Broke
    OMGOSH really nervous!!!

    Im going to meet with the owner of the new barn tomorrow!! And im soooooo nervous!! Idk what I should ask! Lol I know I shouldnt be this over whelmed about it i've met her before but that was 8 yrs ago!! And also I can't remember what she looks like so ill probably end up talking to the wrong person or something! Lol wow! And I have no idea if im suppose to meet her outside or in the barn! Lol It probably wont be as bad when I get there but what should I ask and stuff >.<!! After ward im going to go see lexi for a while to work her a bit in the round pen and just love her to death and maybe work on getting that saddle near her the right way so it should be a good way to end the day :P
         
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        03-16-2008, 04:54 AM
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    Green Broke
    I was actually planning a post about this in the stable section. Ask things like:

    *What kind of turn out, how much, ect
    *What do they feed? How much, what times of the day (for surprise visits), is it extra costs if you need them to feed certain things.
    *Is there Extra charge if you need them to blanket, or any other charges.
    *What vet do they have on call
    *their personal history/experience with horses
    *Who will be handling your horse/ who cleans the stalls/how many times a day
    *what are the stable hours
    *Are there any rules?
    *How often they change the water
    *Tack locker/ tack room/ wash rack, ect
    *If you need it, is there a place to park your trailer overnight, ect.
    *How often do other horses come and go (for diseases, ect.).
    *What is there requirements for shots/worming
    *Do they have a scheduled farrier?
    *Do they live on the property
    *How many horses do they stall (I just like to know, it's not really important).
    *I like to ask how they would deal with situations that arise like horse s not getting along in turnout, or If they've ever had any accidents.
    *I like to get a feel for how the other boarders are, so even asking if the other boarders are pretty friendly, or if they stick to themselves is ok I think.

    Hmmmm....I know I'm forgetting something....

    You'll probably just pull up and look around the barn, because most of the time (every barn I've looked at), they're always in the barn :)

    Good luck and have fun!!
         
        03-16-2008, 05:21 AM
      #3
    Green Broke
    I will def. Ask those a ton of those questions :) and ill probably be post another topic in journals so I can keep everyone updated on whats going on! I might put a topic on the general just to let people know :) thxs free_sprtd Lol great gotta go in the barn and look for someone I don't know what they look like lol! This is going to be VERY interesting! Im hopeing its not going to rain cause my grandma/mom [adopted] cannot walk very far distance [breathing issues] so if its not raining ill probably go grab her and ask if she can come to the car she seemed really nice on the phone so I hope she doesnt mind
         

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