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    07-29-2013, 02:41 PM
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Need A Part-Boarder in Burlington

Looking for a Part Boarder for “Mikey” (Family Sign)
Mikey is a 20-year old Thoroughbred bay gelding (don’t let the age fool you!) and he requires an intermediate rider.
· 16HH former racehorse (raced in Fort Erie as a 3 and 4 year old)
· Disciplined in first level dressage and under 3-feet hunter jumper
· Great on trail rides (alone or in a group)
· Loves to go for a gallop through the fields
· Lots of energy and willing to go all day
Currently moving stables in north west Burlington(current stable owner retiring). Expect part-board to be no more than $300 per month.
Owner responsibilities:
· All vet fees
· All blacksmith fees
· Insurance for Mikey

Part-boarder responsibilities:
· Monthly part-board costs to a maximum of $300 a month
· Rider insurance as desired
· Can ride up to 3 times a week
· Lessons encouraged for the first few months to understand Mikey’s personality and movement
o Stable will allow outside coaches

Please forward as appropriate.
Contact Karen Hodson for more details: 416-347-0866 or karen.hodson@mashmedia.ca
     

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