Description
My husband and I run a small horse farm. We have sseveral horses we are willing to lease out for the 2013 riding season. We would like to lease out to individuals close the the Sugar Grove, Ohio area as it is required the horses stay at our farm and under our care. We have beautiful wooded riding trails at our home. Of course you would be able to take the horse you lease out to other trails and to other events as desired. You would be assisgned to designated horse for the season based on your needs. Full lease for the season is $275.00/mo. A Partial lease arrangement could be made based on your needs/wants. The riding season starts May, 2013 and goes throught October, 2013. If interested, call 740-746-8095 or 740-243-6189. Make this summer a horse riding happy event.
General Info
 
Headline:
Horses for lease
User Name:
carolellinger2
Gender:
Woman
Age:
68
City:
Sugar Grove
State/Province:
Ohio
Zip Code:
43155
Country:
United States
Additional information
 
Occupation:
Retired, running a horse farm
Education:
Holistic medicine, Health care
Relationship Status:
Married
Interests:
My husband and I run a small horse farm. We have sseveral horses we are willing to lease out for the 2013 riding season. We would like to lease out to individuals close the the Sugar Grove, Ohio area as it is required the horses stay at our farm and un
Hobbies:
biking, riding horses, camping, hiking, outdoor activities
Favorite Websites:
lastchancecorral.org
Favorite Books:
New age books, self help books
Favorite Films:
Lincoln
Favorite Music:
Disney music from films
Tags:
horse board, horse lease, rescue horeses, riding lessons
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