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Talking Intermediate Rider Looking For More Experience!

I'm a mature thirteen year old, looking for more riding/horse care experience. I've been having riding lessons for three years+ but am looking for more. I am willing to help around the yard, doing anything that need done, in exchange for riding. I know all the basics of horse and yard care (grooming, tacking up, un-tacking, mucking out ect) and would like to do anything to help. The horse for offer, would need to be able to carry weight or be 15hh+. I would be able to come to the yard two or three times a week other than Thursdays, as this is when my lesson is and also not a friday as my mum works. Please do not let my age put you off! I'm a mature 13, looking to do anything. I can jump 2ft+ and am confident on the flat! I'll do anything you need! Mucking Out/Grooming/Catching In/ Turning Out! AND ill be doing it ALL for FREE! All i do ask from you though is that I am also aloud a ride at the end of a days work! On week days, depending on how far i would have to travel, i could do some yard duties, and exercise your horse/s. Please don't let my age put you off, I'm just as willing as anyone else, if not more. I'm looking for the experience!

Must be in Bath and the surrounding area.

Please email me [see below] if your interested or would like more information.

no time wasters please, email me at
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