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    05-08-2009, 12:04 PM
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Talking Learning to ride horses- In the comfort of you own home!!!

Hello,
I'm a riding instructor and I come on this site quite often so you will probably reconize me.

I have just started instructing in the past year and it has occurred to me that not enough people have access to instructional resources! Not everyone can afford lessons. I would lower my price to address this problem, but I can't, I need to make money too, plus cover fuel to get to house to house.

So I went searching, there had to be another way! After a few hours of trying to find a guide that would actually help not confuse.. I found it! I wrote a article about it here: Learning To Ride Horses-The Simple, Easy, Safe way!

There is a E-book attached to it. Click the link and it will take you straight to the site.

Its great! This E-book has taught 1000+ people how to ride, even before they at on a horse!
It has a 100% satisfaction guarantee or your money back! Buy now, not only will you get a $5.99 discount but you will receive 4 bonus informative gifts! Learn how to ride in the comfort of your own home!

I love it, naturally I had to write about it!

Thank you for reading!

P.S also check out my other article on horse training the easy way! Horse Training-The simple way! Why send them away to trainers???
     

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