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post #1 of 2 Old 11-15-2012, 05:42 AM Thread Starter
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Western Rider in an English Country

Hey everybody! Im 17 y/o and I'm from Canada, living in Sweden for a year. Back home I started riding an amazing, Palomino QH named Gus two years ago thanks to my girlfriend. Now I am on an international exchange to Stockholm, Sweden (which is a place that seems to be crazy about riding), where i started volunteering at a riding academy as a groom and was amazed at the sheer number of horses there...60, HUGE swedish warm-bloods!..Me being from eastern canada and from a stable of only 8 Quarter Horses, that was a huge difference. Im learning quite a lot about english riding there and I am getting a few lessons here and there so it should be a good year. Hope to be talking to all of ya! Thanks!

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