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        04-25-2007, 06:55 AM
    Want new horse?

    Hey I have been riding science I was 2 and im now 13. I got a shetland pony when I was 7 and he's my boy but he's too small for me now so I teach another girl to ride him. I have no land of my onw so he stays at the girls place. I often go on trail rides but they are expensive($90 for a good all day ride) and I have to save my money for that. I was thinking of leasing a horse and I always look but how can I convince my parents? Also housing is no problem.
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        05-02-2007, 05:49 AM
    Made up my mind. I'm going to wait. Day rides are good for me and ill continue to teach the girl. When I get my own job I can save for my own horse and everything that comes with it.
        05-02-2007, 12:35 PM
    Thats a good idea my friend is doing the same thing . She works at a golf course and is saving up money to buy her own horse. Do you get paid for teaching the girl or does she let you keep your pony there for free if you teach her.
        06-01-2007, 01:35 PM
    You could always sell your pony and use the money from that to buy a new horse.

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