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post #1 of 2 Old 03-17-2013, 01:25 AM Thread Starter
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Boarding Horses

Hello need a possible place to put some of my miniature horses during a time of travel in the coming years I am going to be all over USA feel like leaveing them behind with my parents isnt fair at the moment. Totally willing to pay a boarding fee would be fantastic if you had a background in showing horses training or even breeding as most of them will be mares. Right now I am in the beginning stages of geting myself ready for my future that lies ahead of me nothing is set in stone yet only got bits and pieces. But doing research now since time passes by quickly and I need Jesus or someone to respond to my prayers because im at a loss and totally clueless as to what I am supoosed to do. I would like the states you live in to be close to California Arizona New York Colorado Tennessee North and South Carolina New Hampshire Montana Wyoming Oklahoma Texas Idaho Illinois Louisiana Mississippi Massachusetts Indiana West Virgina Wisconsin Nebraska Ohio Utah Minnesota Michigan Pennsalvania Arkansas kentucky if possible I never know where i will settle in or if i ever will be during my travel plans. Thanks for your time and effort I appreciate it

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post #2 of 2 Old 03-17-2013, 01:28 AM
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Will not be hard to find a state near the 28 you listed. Good luck.
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