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  1. #1
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    Default Sale Barns in New England?

    Any recommendations for/experiences with sale barns in New England?

    Would be for a nice young-ish WB gelding: EQ/Jumper.


    Thanks
    the "I'm In My 20's and Hope to Be a Good Rider Someday" clique



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    Don Devine at Northwood Farm in Belgrade, Maine has some nice horses going through his barn. He just imported several from the UK. Don's a character and definitely a salesman, which can put some people off. But in the end he really knows his stuff and has a good eye for horses.
    "Last time I picked your feet, you broke my toe!"


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    Off the top of my head..

    Mitch Steege
    Frank Perla
    Shane Powell
    Cookie DeSimone
    Mark Jungherr
    Robin Peterson
    Kathy Fletcher

    There are Many threads on COTH for trainers in MA that should be useful...


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