Stable Scoop Episode 229 – Revisiting Great Guests from 2012

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We revisit some Helena and Glenn’s favorite guests of 2012.  Back to start the new year next week, listen in…

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  • Juan said:

    I am actually plnniang on attending Meredith Manor in Ogden, WV in fall 2009. Their riding master program consists of two riding class(western or english, or both), two career area classes(training, teaching, farrier schooling, breeding, massage therapy, equine sciences or equine business and management), one showing class(dressage, jumping, english or western), a theory class and horse and barn care. The cost per quarter for the Riding master program is roughly around $ 7000 and they are an accredited school so you can transfer your credits from other colleges to and from Meredith Manor. They also offer financial aid. I am actually going there on Thursday for a tour. Im sooo excited. Their website is MeredithManor.com. They only accept 75 students a quarter so you get alot of hands on time and 90% of your studies are spent on horseback. I’m going there for training, breeding, dressage, jumping, western and english pleasure and their farrier school and if I take classes all year round(including summers) I’ll only be going there for three years. Of course that is unless I find some other stuff that interests me while I’m there.To get information about prices for classes etc you will have to order their catalog but they have all the classes they offer on their website.Good Luck!!!

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