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Crosspost: Dressage and eventing lessons Boise Idaho area

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  • Crosspost: Dressage and eventing lessons Boise Idaho area

    Hi, I'm new to the Boise area and I want to find somewhere to ride. I'm very low level (training/1st dressage, intro eventing) and don't have a horse, so will need to find a barn with school horses. Ideally, I would like to find a horse to part lease, if I can find something in my budget! Anyone have any recommendations? I've been here a month, rode once, and my brain is starting to go crazy on me without animals!

    I thought I found a barn to ride at and had a very good lesson, but the schoolmaster I took a lesson is lame now, so I'm back to square one.

    I've been riding the last few years with an eventer in western Oregon, but relocated for work. I'm partial to dressage or eventing, as those are the barns I've always rode in, but mostly I just want a barn to ride at that is safe, has well trained horse(s) to take lessons on, and where I can have fun with a hobby I love.

    I'm gathering that western is fairly popular over here, so I'd even be game to try reining if anyone has a recommendation for a barn. It's always intrigued me and you can always learn something new!


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    Welcome to Boise! The 2 major eventing barns in this area are Wasatch Sport Horses in Eagle and Mittleider Eventing in Kuna. Both are very professional and well respected. Good Luck!
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