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I arrived in Singapore some months ago and I am presently looking for partners to go on horse riding activities (dressage-jumping) on weekdays. At the same time, any advices on professional and affordable horse riding centres and classes are very welcome.
I am an experienced rider who had an accident one year and a half ago during a jumping training. Now I am completly recovered and willing to go back to the activity.
It would be ideal to have a group from 2 or 4 people to do this sport activity. I speak english, french and spanish
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- Joined: Tue, 04 Jan 2011 7:33 pm
- Location: Singapore
hey! Will beginners be welcome? i actually never do a horse riding till now but am extremely interested. anyway, if you need a partner please contact me at [email protected]
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- Joined: Wed, 30 Dec 2009 12:03 am
- Location: spain-singapore
Hi, I used to ride (basic dressage and jumping) when I was a teen and would love to ride again. My email adress is: [email protected]
I never ride here in sing (arrived from Spain 1.5 years ago) so I dont have any info but will definitely be interested. Please let me know!
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- Joined: Sun, 24 Jul 2011 8:50 pm
Guess I am being a bit late for this discussion as I have jus arrived in SG for two month.
But i have wanted to learn h-b-r since forever!! Never had any experience before though? How difficult it is?
Can someone give me some info on when and where do u guys normally do it? and how much does it cost?
My contact: [email protected]
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- Joined: Thu, 29 Sep 2011 11:23 pm
Hi I do like horse riding. Also I like horse very much.
But I am a beginner. If you don't mind I would like join you.
Actuarially last time . I ordered a wholeday riding voucher.
I really like being with horse.
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- Joined: Fri, 30 Sep 2011 10:40 am
- Location: Singapore / New York
Hello, I just arrived in Singapore this week and eager to resume my dressage and jumping classes. Advanced beginner level, and it looks as if the only way to get back on a horse is to join those clubs? Has anyone found alternate ways to continue horse riding here in Singapore? Is there a horse riders coffee/drink meet-up?
I speak English, mandarin, and would love to practice my french which has gone unused for years!
viv! [email protected]
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