Minimize anxiety when looking for board - I need your input
Hey there :)
I'm putting together a guide with tips, things to look for and questions to ask when looking for a boarding facility.
When I was a rookie I sure had no idea what to look for or even ask. Now when people check out my boarding facility (Canada), they seem to have a pretty good idea overall when looking around the place, but I've noticed that there are still a lot of things that get overlooked. I've also noticed on several of the horse community forums that people are asking for tips, so I thought it would be a good idea to create something like this.
From what I've been reading, everyone has a story to tell. I was hoping that you would share some of this with me. I'd hate to leave out anything important that could benefit someone else and ultimately their horse. I've set up a page where you can enter your comments. The information gets collected in a database which will help me sort through the comments I receive and incorporate key points in to the guide. After all, I only hold one view of the world. Together we can make this far more valuable.
In exchange for your advice I'll send you a free copy of the guide as soon as I'm done. This offer expires 05/05/2008.
Visit www.jaquimaranch.ca/ask/ and let me know your frustrations, fear, and outcome that you're looking for.
Stunning ranch, Ronaye! Too bad I'm in Alberta - I'm currently looking for a new boarding facility! Can you transplant yourself here instead? I've read through just about everything on your website, and I am in love.. haha :)
Thanks for the compliments. I know my boarders love it here, and so do I for that matter. It's home.
Hmm ... a franchise perhaps ;)
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