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    05-29-2012, 11:58 PM
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Hey All!

I'm going to school at the University of Minnesota and really miss riding! I have no formal training but I have been riding western pleasure for over 10 years. I'm looking for someone that lives in or near the twin cities that will let me ride their horse(s) for free. I would REALLY appreciate this!

Also, I'm about six feet tall so I prefer taller horses but I'll settle for anything really. I don't ride pony's though...too small haha.

Thanks!!
     

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