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Old 15th April 2012
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Well after Charlie's sale fell through, through no fault of his own, i am thinking about finding him a sharer. I don't know if i will be able to find someone suitable or not but i am hoping to find someone to come and treat him like their own and hopefully they will have access to horse transport so he can go out jumping. I just want my boy to get worked as he loves being in work and gets a bit miserable when he isn't getting ridden.
What is the likelyhood of finding someone for him?
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Advertise and see what comes up you can always rethink and say no if someone isn't right.

I thought it would be impossible to find someone for Tigger but seem to have found 2.

I know when I first shared dollar his owner had 5 people out before me.

Good luck!
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Hi Micki- I talked to people I've shared with and from my own perspective as a regular sharer, and I've written a lot of articles on this, which might help!! They follow on from eachother (BTW I get no benefit from this unless you decide to go mad clicking on all the ads at the same pag lol)

Google 'Finding a Sharer for Your Horse- First Steps' and they should come right up- also interested in feedback so please let me know via PM if it helped you.

I was a happy, reliable and competent sharer for years before I owned. There are definitely good people out there!
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I wish I was closer to you Micki! He is just what I'm looking for.

Definitely agree with the others, get your adverts out there and have a go.
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