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Can we do the Horseless riders and Riderless Horses thing again?

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  • #41
    I know of a horse in need of attention in the Paxton, MA area. He's not perfect but he's not horrible. COuld use some more TLC. Email me if you are interested in more details.

    Laurie@cote.org

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    • #42
      I have a horse in need of attention in the Keene, NH area! Southwest NH, not too far from Vermont!
      Grab mane and kick on!

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      • #43
        I'll try again, too.

        I'm a horseless rider looking for a horse east of Toronto, Canada. Willing to travel up to 45 min. Any discipline. I've ridden for 12 years (I event, but do the h/j schooling shows too). Let me know!!

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        • #44
          This thread is great! As a result of the last thread like this I found my mare a wonderful home with a horse-less rider!

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          • #45
            I didn't do this on the other thread because there are so few posters in my area but what harm can it do?
            I wouldn't mind some more saddle time if someone has a horse who needs it in DE (Kent or Sussex Counties) or MD (probably Caroline, Dorchester, Talbot, Wicomico...)
            I have my own horse, but lately I've been riding by myself, and I miss the company of other horse people. It would be great if someone who has more horses than time would like a riding companion. Unfortunately, I do work days M-F, but might be able to ride early evenings (if/when we have enough daylight) and weekends.

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            • #46
              Hey Guys- Sorry I am a little checking the thread!

              I posted an update on the thread I originated. And for sake of repetition, will just link that one here (if that's Ok)

              http://chronicleforums.com/groupee/f...2921#966602921

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              • #47
                Ah what the heck, I'll try again. I came close-ish last time.

                Manitoba, Canada-Live out of Winnipeg, kinda near Misty River area.

                I ride western. But have done basic english. Will be taking english lessons this spring to help me improve. I'm willing to do anything horse related. I love mucking stalls oddly enough. And I wouldn't mind having a horse just to groom. I am willing to drive about 45 minutes, maybe a little over. Hrm, what else to include. I'm 17, riding since I was 8 (6 if you include my first ride ever ).

                PT me any questions! Thankies!

                "You could say I'm a few flakes short of a bale"
                *Member of the Short Stubby Leg Clique* & *Teen Clique* Finally a place where I belong! *wink*
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                • #48
                  Second try.

                  Nice TB mare could use some extra schooling until she sells in Hunterdon NJ. Just needs to keep busy on the flat and some work over lowerish fences. Outdoor ring/private barn.

                  Also in April will have two preggers PMU mares to love on and help with foaling watch and handling the babes. Anyone interested?

                  Karma, the Big Guy and Miss OTTB
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                  • #49
                    Karma- Mommies! Babies! Able to love for free! Ack!

                    LOL move closer to MD and you couldn't get enough of me!

                    I hope you find someone! I LOVE foals, I can't wait till I get old (that is when my partner deems I can stop training and start breeding LOL) So that I can live out the rest of life with all those foals!

                    Good Luck!

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                    • #50
                      Worth a *bump* maybe?

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                      • #51
                        I will try one more time also----

                        Southern Pines, North Carolina

                        Looking for half leasee for my 6 year old Thoroughbred event gelding. Has evented training level, jumpers, hunters, and dressage. Will move to another barn in the area.

                        Andrea
                        Music the great communicator ~ use two sticks to make it in the nature-RHCP
                        Drea

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                        • #52
                          In you dreams- Wish you were in MD or close! Good luck.

                          Are there any Success stories with this thread and threads similiar?

                          I am awaiting to hear from mine and hope it turns out to be a sucess story for me to share!

                          Still inquiring too (on others possibly)

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                          • #53
                            Anyone in Central Mass area (i.e. Uxbridge/Mendon/Upton/Milford) looking for something to ride?

                            I have a gorgeous OTTB, who is a wonderful horse, that I hate to see NOT exercised regularly. If you're interested, email me.

                            Footnote: Not to imply or hurt anyone's feelings, but no weirdo's, or guru's need apply. My horses safety is my FIRST priority.

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                            • #54
                              I am an experienced rider in Northern Virginia. I am willing to get on any horse. I currently ride two big stupid horses that are 17.2 and 18 hands respectivly. I also ride a 15.2 hand TB mare. I am still young and unafraid and will take on greenies.

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                              • #55
                                *bump*

                                "You could say I'm a few flakes short of a bale"
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                                • #56
                                  I have a horse looking to be leased. He's a semi retired prelim event horse who would love to take a kid BN, N, or T. He's 16 this year and is ready to teach someone all that he knows! I'd really like to be able to keep him going, but with school and a young wipper-snapper coming along behind him, I'm not sure how much time or $$ I'll have. He's super talented, really quite, and so sweet!!

                                  He'll be in Elkton, MD starting in February. PT me w/ questions

                                  "One needs an end to journey toward, but it's the journey that matters in the end."
                                  There's a rainbow in the sky all the time, don't be blind." -Ziggy Marley

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                                  • #57
                                    bumpity bump bump

                                    "You could say I'm a few flakes short of a bale"
                                    *Member of the Short Stubby Leg Clique* & *Teen Clique* Finally a place where I belong! *wink*
                                    * JEWELS *

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                                    • #58
                                      QUIET. She means quiet. He is a really nice horse

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                                      • #59
                                        EVERETT WASHINGTON

                                        Have a 4 year old 16hh TB cross who would love to finder a confident rider to start him over jumps. He's been ridden over trotting poles, jumped lightly on the lunge and would like to work 1 a week or every 2 weeks over a few jumps!

                                        "If you don't like something, change it. If you can't change it then change the way you think about it"
                                        I have horse to sell to you. Horse good for riding. Can pull cart. Horse good size. Eats carrots and apples. Likes attention. Move head to music. No like opera! You like you buy.

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                                          #60
                                          I'm still looking for a horse in Georgia. Preferably around the metro area, like, Smyrna, Marietta, Woodstock, or Kennesaw.

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