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        02-21-2014, 05:33 PM
    I agree with Anabel. Most trainers want the horse at least two months. If you can manage this, be sure that this includes lessons with you on the horse.
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        02-21-2014, 09:34 PM
    The lessons do include me, I can ride anytime with her, if she's available at the time I am coming, and I can come and ride him whenever around the property. And groom. And whatnot
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        02-23-2014, 08:44 AM
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    It always surprises me as to how cheap it is to have a horse at livery in the USA.
    In the UK even in rural areas you can pay 25 a week ($41.61) For renting a field and stable, no facilities or food.

    Hay can be more than $3 a small bale. A bale of shavings $15 - 20

    Work that out and you can understand that a full livery where everything is done for the horse is a minimum of $210 a week.

    bad price, price, riding, training

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