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    12-20-2013, 12:15 PM
Jumping Trainers in Ohio

Hi everybody! I really want to learn to jump, but I can't find a trainer/instructor. Does anyone know if there are any jumping stables in the Mansfield/ Galion/Shelby/Crestline area of Ohio? I've already looked on websites like yellowpages, equinenow, newhorse, etc, with no luck. Can anybody help?
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    12-20-2013, 06:02 PM
Via google search 'hunter stable Mansfield Ohio' -hope this is helpful

Ashland, Ohio 44805 (16 miles)
Training: We do Western Pleasure, English, Trail, Gymkhnan, Halter, Jumping, Ect.
Services Boarding, Training, Horseback Riding, Lessons
Boarding Rate: $250/Month - # of Stalls: 4 - Riding Arena: No
Training: Barrel Racing, Breaking, Dressage, English Pleasure, Eventing, Jumping, Lesson

Executive Stables
Howard, Ohio 43028 (28 miles)
Training: 5 days a week (training rates include full board) Rates: $350.00/Month We offer a wide array of training services, contact us for more information.
Services Boarding, Training, Horseback Riding, Lessons, Trails
Boarding Rate: $225/Month - Riding Arena: Yes
Training: Beginner, Breaking, Dressage, Eventing, Hunter, Hunter Jumper, Jumping, Lesson
    12-20-2013, 07:54 PM
Howard is over an hour from where I live, and im not sure if saddleback is still open. Theyre not
Online, or in the phonebook or on facebook, but ill give them a try. Thank you!

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