posted at 5/19/2010 11:33 AM EDTGoodmorning everyone. Yesterday I posted a request about riding lessons for my daughter. I got two wonderful responses from kargiver and t.t. This morning,I tried to retrieve the responses again so I could contact the stables you recommended,and I can't find my question on forums. I'm new to boston.com-maybe I messed up? Anyway, thankyou so much for your responses. Kargiver,Sherbourne is pretty close to us,and I want to look into that. T.t.,The school your grandaughter goes to is exactly the type of program we're interested in. When my daughter is interested in something,she really sticks with it,so I wouldn't at all mind the time and sacrifice for something like this. Your granddaughter sounds great! When teen girls set there hearts on something,it's amazing what they accomplish. She starts high school next year,so I'm trying to find a balance between school and hobbies,volunteer work etc.,all of which is important for college applications.AGH,it seems like she was just born,and now I,m worried about college! Anyway, I'm going to try to find my original question so I can call the places you recomended. Again thankyou so much! beastsgirl
posted at 5/19/2010 11:41 AM EDT
Here they are, I copied them for you -
Re: horseback riding lesson?posted at 5/18/2010 12:45 PM EDTPosts: 7629
You'll probably have to drive about 30 minutes. I'd try Sudbury, Marlborough, that area. I know there are places there for riding lessons, and a quick google turned this up, but I can't vouch for it or even know if it's current. http://www.sudbury.ma.us/news.asp?id=1275
Re: horseback riding lesson?posted at 5/18/2010 5:17 PM EDT
posted at 5/19/2010 7:29 PM EDTBeastsgirl, your topic was moved to the parents section of the forum. Think Dottie thought it would get more traffic there!
She also moved Reindeer's mean topic to archives! Good ol' Dottie really looks out for us....
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posted at 8/9/2010 1:23 PM EDTHi
Does anybody know of a decent place to do just a few hours of horseback riding, somewhere "public." (or whatever the term is) We live in Brighton
I grew up taking lessons, but my boyfriend, who is 33, has never ridden a horse and would love to try.
I was looking to find someplace where I could buy him, maybe an hour or two, of low-key, easy fun riding.
posted at 8/9/2010 2:51 PM EDTIn Response to Re: horsebackriding:
[QUOTE]Beastsgirl, your topic was moved to the parents section of the forum. Think Dottie thought it would get more traffic there! She also moved Reindeer's mean topic to archives! Good ol' Dottie really looks out for us....
Posted by Ihavemyhats[/QUOTE]
It's reindeer, with a lower-case r. You're still making spelling errors, I see.
posted at 8/9/2010 6:23 PM EDTtry summerhill farm in lincoln, RI. Great place, wonder staff