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Old 04-15-2008, 07:47 PM
 
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The Kentucky Breeder's Incentive Fund is bringing alot of new people into Kentucky. I'd like to offer my farm to someone who is looking for a quick and easy way to get started without having to buy.

I've got a 45 foot covered (indoor)round pen, a 100 foot outdoor round pen that can be converted into a bigger 200 x 300 foot rectangular working pen if need be.

There are 12 stalls in the barn. Two-2 1/2 acres turn out paddocks and a twenty acre track of land for more turn out.

The farm is located in Berea, Ky one mile off of the interstate.

I currently board horses, give riding lessons, and was starting colts. I got bit by a tick and contracted Lyme's disease so I am not able to run the farm like I used to.

I'd like for someone to take over operations and bring in their own venue and get something worked out where I can come in and teach a few hours a week on the days that I am able to.

Last edited by Whistle Stop; 04-15-2008 at 07:50 PM.. Reason: mistake in spelling
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Old 04-20-2008, 02:22 PM
 
Location: acton california
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Hi.i recently posted my desire to move to KY in the fall and find your post interesting...what would be the terms and is there housing?I also intend to stand several studs is there an appropriate area to set up a breeding shed?
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Old 04-30-2008, 09:30 AM
 
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Default Description of facility

The barn is a nine stall barn with 12 x 16 stalls. I have a 45 x 80 covered arena attached to the back of the barn. The arena has a round pen in one half of it and the other half has four corral panel stalls set up in it.

I have a shed attached to the outside of the barn that can either be left open or converted into 3 (12 x 12) stalls.

The outdoor pen is 100 ft round corral. It has had corregated pipe laid down in the ground beneath it, so it drains pretty well. If the area was made into a bigger arena, then the footing would have to be addressed. The ground has alot of clay in it, so we'd have to get sand or dirt hauled it to get the footing right.

I currently have 7 full care boarders, that I would like to keep on board. Whoever leases the place can acquire the income as well as the care of these horses. I would also like to make an agreement where I can come in and teach (give lessons) a few hours a week.

There are other details that could be worked out during a phone conversation. Call me at 859-661-1486
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Old 04-30-2008, 09:34 AM
 
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There is no housing on the farm. Rent in Berea is reasonable. It runs anywhere from $350-$650 depending on what your needs are.
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Old 05-13-2008, 11:24 AM
 
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Default Did you rent out your horse facility?

Wondered if you have rented it out.
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Old 05-15-2008, 07:18 AM
 
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No, I have not rented out yet. Looking for the right person. I'd love to talk with you and see what you've got going on. Call me at 859-661-1486.
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Old 07-24-2008, 06:09 PM
 
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Hi, you and I talked once before when I was looking for boarding for my three horses. I was wondering if you have rented out the barn yet. I have ran a barn before and am curious to see what you are needing. I am not a horse trainer but I have done the day to day operations of tending to the horses, cleaning stalls, feeding and managing the budgets.
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Old 05-06-2009, 09:36 AM
 
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Default Lyme Disease

Hi,

I hope you have found someone to lease your property! If not, my daughter and I may be able to help you out. We have a small farm in Richmond...four horse stall, and retrain off the track thoroughbreds for dressage, eventing and jumping. We also take in problem horses (bucking, ground manners, etc) for retraining.

Most importantly, both my daughter and I have Lyme Disease! We have been successfully treated. It will never be gone, but we are able to work full time and don't feel many effects from the infection.

Please email me at hays.nantuafarm@gmail.com if you would like more info about my Lyme Treatment. It CAN be treated!
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Old 10-21-2009, 10:58 AM
 
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The Kentucky Breeder's Incentive Fund is bringing alot of new people into Kentucky. I'd like to offer my farm to someone who is looking for a quick and easy way to get started without having to buy.

I've got a 45 foot covered (indoor)round pen, a 100 foot outdoor round pen that can be converted into a bigger 200 x 300 foot rectangular working pen if need be.

There are 12 stalls in the barn. Two-2 1/2 acres turn out paddocks and a twenty acre track of land for more turn out.

The farm is located in Berea, Ky one mile off of the interstate.

I currently board horses, give riding lessons, and was starting colts. I got bit by a tick and contracted Lyme's disease so I am not able to run the farm like I used to.

I'd like for someone to take over operations and bring in their own venue and get something worked out where I can come in and teach a few hours a week on the days that I am able to.
Please feel free to call please ask for Debbie or Rick our number is 740-434-3957 this could work for both of us lets talk.

Thank You!
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Old 10-21-2009, 11:01 AM
 
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Our email is [EMAIL="mezamoon@gmail.com"]mezamoon@gmail.com[/EMAIL] this is also tied into my blackberry phone # is 740-434-3957 Debbie and Rick
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