Horse Wanted For Loan In Cardiff Area

Horse Wanted For Loan In Cardiff Area
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Cardiff, Cardiff
Member since May 2013

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I'm 19years old and I've always loved&took a interest in horses.
I studied at Amelia trust farm for 1+years where i did ''Entry level animal care& Level 1 horse care. I'm going to be applying for pencoed college 'horse care' , I have to be able to walk,trot,canter& jump a small fence,
I'm a novice rider, i can walk&trot but never learnt canter&jump.
Im hardworking and willing to do any odd jobs,groom etc..13hh/15hh horse/pony needed for part-time loan.
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