Looking for a HJ barn in Santa Rosa area....

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    05-07-2010, 01:12 AM
Looking for a HJ barn in Santa Rosa area....

Hey all! I am new to this forum and I was wondering about barns in Santa Rosa. I am moving to the Santa Rosa area and I am looking for a barn for me and my horse.

I have found a lot online but it is hard to sift through if it is really what I want. I am looking for a smaller barn with an accredited trainer. Someone that is really knowledgeable not someone who just went pro but doesn't really know what they are doing. I like to show here and there but mostly I like to ride. Maybe 1 or 2 A shows a season and a few smaller shows. Currently, I am in a half training program and my horse is in pasture board. My trainer runs a larger training facility but I worked out a deal to board at her house which I really enjoy. It's smaller and does not have as much drama as a larger facility. My horse seems to be doing better as he getting more one on one interaction with people who truly care about him and animal well being.

I am also in my mid 20's if that helps. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
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    05-16-2010, 01:51 PM
Sonoma Valley Stables. Great barn. However, they are an A show stable but I do believe they have customers that don't do all the big shows. My old asst. Trainer is now their asst. Now. They are truly great.

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    06-08-2015, 08:39 PM
Check out Clay Jackson stables his web site is Clay Jackson Stables - *********** small private facility and he is a wonderful coach and horse trainer. He has been training for over 35 years and very nice. All the people at the barn are super great too.

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