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    07-30-2010, 10:51 PM
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Weanling
Good Stable????

So, the other day when I was at me friends house we were riding and I always ride her horse Arty, and I love that horse so much bbbut he's a really easy horse- plus he's gaited so I don't post or anything. Then I switched onto her OTTB Excel for probably about 20 or 30 minutes, and as I got on I relized that I need lessons, baddly. Ecxel definitely isnt a begginers horse but not anvanced either, I could handle him but it was definitely harder than I remeber being able to ride a horse (: so if I can find a decent price and good place I can get lessons.
Im wanting to go to a jumping barn, eventing would be best but hunterjumper would be great, look at a few of these and say what you think!

Home - Hunters Hill Farm
Horsehaven Stables - Medina, Ohio
Achin' Acres horse farm and boarding stables. Hinckley, Ohio full care stable
Cornerstone Farm, Medina, OH - A premier riding facility specializing in Hunter / Jumper

Those are a few (: search any in medina, sharon center, valley city, wadsworth, ohio
     
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    07-31-2010, 01:04 PM
  #2
Weanling
Try this site if you haven't already:
Horse Boarding Farms in Ohio. Ohio Horseback Riding Stables. Horse Farm Stable Listings in OH.
Those are all the places in ohio, there were too many in medina to post and alot more in the others so you can look through them.

Its going to be hard for you to find an eventing barn that has school horses, but its possible. You'd probably be better off starting in hunters though. Maybe you can find a hunter barn that goes to some schooling events too.
     
    08-02-2010, 09:27 PM
  #3
Showing
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Originally Posted by Lovehorsesandrunning    
Then I switched onto her OTTB Excel for probably about 20 or 30 minutes, and as I got on I relized that I need lessons, baddly. Ecxel definitely isnt a begginers horse but not anvanced either, I could handle him but it was definitely harder than I remeber being able to ride a horse (:
What are you talking about?? Excel's probably calmer than artie lol!
     
    08-15-2010, 02:40 PM
  #4
Foal
I don't know about places in Ohio, but visit some that look good to you. Watch a lesson (if they will let you) or take one on a trial basis. As far as which of those farms is best, it depends on what kind of rider you are and how far you want to take it. Some of those places look like they compete at a higher level than others.(At least from the websites) The most important thing is finding a good instructor whose got the same goals for you as you have. Good luck!
     

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