Is there any reason why you can't ride english at a western barn? I've always kind of put having my horses first over a lot of fancy professional imput, and I've pretty much gotten as far in riding as a lot of people that I know who have shovelled money out of the window for "trainers" that weren't worth 2 cents in the long run. I mean, you could continue to work on your dressage, maybe attend a few clinics to keep you going in the right direction, as long as you have a basic place to ride. Just because it's a western barn doesn't mean you can't ride in an english saddle- or am I missing something?
I am sort of in the same predicament. I live in the northeast, love arabs, and want to do endurance. There isn't much in the way of endurance, most people frown on arabs, and the only thing for lessons is jumping :( I've just always done my own thing and try to continually become a better rider and trainer. I guess the difference is that I just ride for fun and hobby, and although it is my entire life, I don't want to make a living off of it because I think that would corrupt the simple pleasures of owning a horse. If you're in it for competition, then your path would be different than mine, but that is my best advice.