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My girls have been riding in horse shows lately.  Sometimes, it seems like that’s all we’ve been doing on the weekends, but they love it.  My wife’s favorite hobby now matches my daughters’ favorite pastime.   As a bonus, we’ll never have to paint their room again, with the way they are accumulating ribbons.

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    1. Horse riding sounds fun. Is it very expensive? My kids would love to ride horses, even if just for a day. Any ideas how I would go about finding a place where they can ride (besides the mini horses at the fair :))?

      • I don’t know where you are located, but you should be able to search for “horseback riding” and your city or state to come up with a ranch or stable to ride. The ranch we used to use is charging $25 per head for a 1 hour trail ride.

        My wife’s cousin owns horses, so we get to avoid that charge. All we’re paying now is the fee to enter the shows, which is $5-10 per person per show, but it’s cheaper now that we’ve joined the saddle club.

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