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    Does anyone's LO take horseback riding lessons through the winter? Where, when and how much are they? Thanks!
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    Maplewood Stables ~ London, Ontario & area Riding Lessons and Horse/Pony Parties

    A LM posted this stable recently and I bookmarked it for my DD as a possibility for the fall.

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    twin streams is great Vonda is awsome I used to ride under her. Also Warwick is great as well. Allison is a great teacher. I also rode under her.
    My friend took her ds to Eden ridge

    For most stables it is going to be anywhere from 25 to 40 per hour sessoin depending if you are looking for private or group lessons. Group is cheaper and there are for the most part no more then 4-5 riders in the arena at a time.

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    Thanks ladies! I'll look into those ones for sure.
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    We did a camp-type day at Maplewood and very much enjoyed it. The school horses are well cared for (my first priority when looking at riding facilities), they have a safe environment, and the indoor arena is well groomed and very large. And they are reasonably priced.
    "Show me your horse and I will tell you who you are." -- Old English Saying

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    I am thinking about this for DS for the fall, too. any recommendations for St. Thomas area?



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