Re: Horesekeeping On Small Acreage Lots
Originally Posted by dman
Wanted to bump this up. We worked out a deal with an elderly lady who live across the road from us. She has 15 acres and her husband recently passed away. Her family lives kind of far, so taking care of her property gets difficult. We're going to pay to have the lunge area, stables, and fencing put up, and she will let us keep them there pretty much free of charge, other than what I've mentioned. She views this as an easy way to take care of a good prtion of the property.
Time to start shopping for my daughter now. For her type of riding, we're leaning toward an Appendix Quarter Horse. My wife and I are looking for something a little more laid back for us. Maybe a Foxtrotter or a Tennessee Waker. Something with a nice, smooth gait.
that sounds great dman. make sure you get a contract though. you wouldn't want to make and investment and then lose your rights if they sell the property.
Get your nunchucks and the keys to your dad's car. I know where we can get a gun