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babesy
Arlington, TX

July 6, 2010
9:59 AM

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My DH and I have purchased a small piece of property about an hour east of DFW. We will be moving in sometime during the late fall or early, due to allowing the sellers to take their time in moving in and the fact that we don't have to sell this place. Horses are there and there is a nice barn.

Of course, the reason is that we could have some horses. The problem is - neither of us knows a thing about caring for them.

What would you experienced horsemen/horsewomen advise me to do first in order to have a good experience when we do get our horses?

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