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    08-05-2008, 04:00 AM
Camp Horses for lease, suitable for various types of riders

Camp Anokijig is leasing out the majority of their 50+ horses. This is a great opportunity for many. Leasing may be for you if you're looking for a husband/youth/lesson/show or companion horse. Maybe you're in need of a temporary horse for any reason, would like to see what it's like to have one before buying your own, or because yours is out to training, injured, etc. The horses are made up of various breeds, ages, sizes, dispositions, abilities, disciplines, etc.
The majority have been ridden by youth for trail rides, lessons, and games. Come check them out and pick one or more that best suit your needs. Keep the horse/s at your own camp approved location, tack is included. Similar to free leasing the leaser is responsible for caring for and managing the horse, and is only charged $1. The leasing starts late August.-Nov.(depending on the horse) and lasts thru April. Camp will transport a horse up to a certain distance if leaser pays for gas. If you are interested or want more information call Darin Holden or Amy Doherty at 1-920-893-0782. Darin handles the leasing and can set up appointments, answer questions, etc. Amy is the Horsemanship Director and is the one showing the horses. Camp is located in Plymouth Wi, horses must stay within the state ot N. Ill..
You can also email me with questions:

Thanks, Heather

Camp also has a few horses for sale, email me or call for more information.

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