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vickyrj1

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vickyrj1 says:

Sharer wanted for lovely horse in Oxford

 We are looking for a sharer for our 16hh 7yrs Polish Warmblood mare. She is a lovely girl. Good to hack alone and in company. Needs a bit more work in the school but has loads of potential. Still a bit green so not suitable for a complete novice. Days/times flexible. Other sharers to go out with. Based in south hinksey. Financial contribution required. 

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katiebraham

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katiebraham says:

Re: Sharer wanted for lovely horse in Oxford

 Hi,

I am an experienced rider, but new to the sharing world. If you are still interested in sharing, please could you give me a little more information about how you would want the share to work?

About me: I am 22 and have ridden most of my life but had to stop while I was at Uni. I am starting work in Oxford in September and am really keen to carry on riding again. I am not totally sure how much time I will have, but I hope I will be able to do some mornings/evenings (depended on light - especially in the winter!) and weekends. When I was riding all the time I predominantly evented, and went up to Novice level. I brought on two youngsters and have spent a lot of time with some challenging rides!

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Katie

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vickyrj1

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vickyrj1 says:

Re: Sharer wanted for lovely horse in Oxford

Hi Katie.  Yes we are still looking for a sharer.  Probably best to e-mail me at vickyrj1@hotmail.com and I'll give you some more information.

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