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    10-29-2011, 10:12 PM
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PA Riders: Do you have a natural horsemanship obstacle course set up?

Hey guys, Does anyone have a natural horsemanship course set up on their farm, complete with scarey desentizing obstacles?

Wooden bridge, teeter totter, tarps, poles, etc?

If so, I would like to rent your facility for an hour or so for desentizing training. Please let me know! Thanks!
     

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