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Kansas City area barn/trainer recommendations?

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  • Kansas City area barn/trainer recommendations?

    Hey All,

    I'm looking to relocate from SoCal back to where my parents are living, in the southern Johnson county area. I'm in the process of selling my current horse, so the potential barn needs to have something I can possibly lease until I purchase my next horse. Quality horse care is my main concern, but also I'm primarily just looking for a quality program with a trainer that I can trust with my next horse purchase, as the horse scene in California is very much hit or miss in terms of finding a quality program. I'm going to have a lot more room in my budget for horsey related things due to a much lower cost of living- so I would love to find a barn that goes to a few rated shows throughout out the year. I'll be living in South Johnson county, so the closer to that area the better! Thank you again in advance!

  • #2
    Sending you a PM! I grew up and live in KC


    • #3
      I have lived in KC for the last decade. Feel free to PM me and I can give you the low down (or search the forums, lots of suggestions for trainers in the area). How far are you willing to travel? I just relocated from 1 minute away from my barn in KCK to mid JOCO and it is about a 25 minute trip, but to me definitely worth it. There are likely many closer and I know of a couple who compete on the national A rated level.


      • #4
        I'm not much help on barns, as I keep mine at home and breed, but welcome to the midwest! If you ever need a foal fix, feel free to hit me up!