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    02-22-2013, 10:16 AM
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Hi guys. I wanna get my own horse (and I know that they are a lot of work and are pretty expensive,) But do you have any ideas on how to earn money to buy one? I am only 15 so I can't really get a job. I take a lot of pictures and have thought about earning money that way, but I have no idea how to get started. Any thing helps!

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    02-24-2013, 08:25 PM
Babysit? Try to get a job at a barn...that way you might gain a little more experience with caring for horses

Hmmm...what else? You might be able to find a job even though you're only 15. I'm not sure where you are from, but when I was younger I was able to get a job at 14 as long as I had working papers (got them from my school) and only worked a certain amount of hours per week...might have only been 10-15 hours, I can't remember. I worked at a local ice cream shop.

Is there anything that you could do around your house that your parents might give you an 'allowance' for? I know...everyone's parents are different, and some are not into this!

Ask neighbors if they need any up the yard, mowing the grass, pet walking

Good luck!
    02-27-2013, 12:23 AM
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Buying one is the cheapest part of owning a horse.

I estimate that each horse I own costs me at least 3500 to 5000 dollars a year, depending on meds/vets/shoeing needs. Also board and feed.

That means 300 a month easily per horse. That is going to be the main problem with getting a horse at your age. That expense is not something I see you being able to take on.
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