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  1. #1
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    Nov. 24, 2002
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    Northern KY
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    Default My twin sister wants to learn to drive

    Which is good, since she's a lovely horseperson that has stopped riding for the most part. I have a nice haffie (old) that she can start with, but I'm sure she will be looking for her next driving partner soon! Please recommend folks with made smaller horses or large cob type ponies, I should think pleasure type, I already have a meadowbrook and harness for her to use.



  2. #2
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    Sep. 9, 2009
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    Landenberg, PA
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    I'd suggest checking the ADS classified board. You could also try local trainers. GOODLUCK!
    I have 2 small horses that I drive as singles, and they're a blast!
    LAURA De
    **Don't underestimate the POWER OF PURPLE!**



  3. #3
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    Feb. 4, 2007
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    Western North Carolina
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    the Galya Driving Center in Georgetown has ponies, horses, trainers. It would be a good place to start.
    Get her over to the horse park this next weekend and she will be hooked for sure, if it doesn't scare her to death. Then the National Drive starts the next Tues and she could see lots of variety there also.



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