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jennyha 12-20-2012 06:36 AM

hallo aus deutschland
 
hello from germany,
my name is jenny and i am 23 years old
i have been living and working with horses my whole life. we used to have our own riding school and boarding stable here in germany.
i showed horses in dressage, break in young horses, give riding lessons, know a lot of breeding, care taking etc.
my husband and i are moving to kentucky/tennessee next spring.
i am hoping to be able to find new places to ride/work there!

SouthernTrails 12-20-2012 07:55 AM

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Hi Jenny,

Welcome to The Horse Forum

Hope you enjoy the forum and Kentucky/Tennessee is a nice area


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Taffy Clayton 12-20-2012 08:05 AM

Welcome, What kind of horses do you have?
What kind of riding do you do?

jennyha 12-20-2012 08:16 AM

i dont have any horses of my own anymore, espescially since we are moving to the states. we used breed bavarian warmbloods and haflinger.
i ride dressage and some jumping. i used to ride a little western pleasure and reining, but that was years ago...

ilikehorses2 12-20-2012 11:25 AM

Welcome!!!

Corporal 12-20-2012 11:41 AM

welcome!! Can't think of a better place for you to move to, as a fellow horseman. I'm sure that your expertise will be appreciated. I think you'll find that the distances here between towns and between states dwarfs the size of Germany!
I was watching the 2012 Aachen Driving Finals, and I heard that the local competitors see each other several times a month bc of proximity.
One more thing, forget about seeing a lot of snow this winter--KY & TN are too far south.

jennyha 12-20-2012 01:35 PM

Thats ok ^^ not a big fan of snow anyways!
I am very excited about moving, but tze huge differences in the regulations make me a bit nervous.

deserthorsewoman 12-20-2012 02:23 PM

Willkommen im Forum:-)
Don't worry about regulations ....much less and easier than in Germany. I just got here a year ago and found no problems whatsoever.
You will enjoy the possibilities here, and people will come running to you;-)
Is alles halb so schlimm, bissel Kultur Schock, aber man gewoehnt sich dran ...
Bayrisch Warmblut und Hafis? Also kommst(ich sag mal einfach Du), aus Bayern?

jennyha 12-20-2012 02:38 PM

i hope so, since i just finished my meisterprüfung in pferdezucht und haltung
yes i am from bavaria. nuremberg to be specific ^^
i just really really hope i can find a job quickly and start a riding school or something.
i would also love to help people break in their horses. the gentle way.
where are you from deserthorsewoman?

deserthorsewoman 12-20-2012 02:54 PM

Allgaeu, Sonthofen, but been all over the place, last in Italy:-)
By all means, finish your Meisterpruefung, and head for Kentucky......you shouldn't have a problem finding a job! Or come to Cali.....tons of warmblood people here, and nice weather:-).....wouldn't mind having a fellow German close by;-)


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