pony92
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a trainer/instructor/barn owner/ESMT someday, hope

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pony92

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    1. k19smith
      k19smith
      Were renting a big house and 3-4 of us are living together. The dorms aren't much and it cost the same if you split it to live off campus. I mean if you had to live in the dorm it wouldn't be the end of the world. I would have rather done the 36 but with having to work and paying $1,000 a month to go to school there was no way. So far everyone I know is doing the 72. Your actually in class a good bit less (daily) if you do the 72 it's the same exact class as the 36 just spread over more time. I can tell you more about it when i get there.
    2. k19smith
      k19smith
      Rent seems very cheap in WV compared to what I'm use to $500-$700 seems average.You won't have a problem finding a place that will allow cats, but I'm having a hard time find a good place for my dogs. really if you don't have a dog yet I'd wait till you get settled in WV cause it's been really hard on me.
    3. k19smith
      k19smith
      No it's a house to rent lol I actually own a home in NC I'm gonna be renting out but trust me I don't have a ton of money. I've done all kinds of stuff for a living for upper management to waiting table and ebay.
    4. k19smith
      k19smith
      No I have to live off campus because my dogs are going. Cross your fingers I may have found a house today.
    5. k19smith
      k19smith
      The 36 and 72 you learn the same thing but you go less hrs daily it's still considered full time. Gives you more free time or time to work but since it's over a longer time frame financial aid covers more of it. I won't have my exact class schedule till June but I'll be glad to share it with you.
    6. k19smith
      k19smith
      Most everyone takes the 72 week program because of financial aid, average if you do the 36 week you have to pay $1,000 extra a month. I'm taking 1-3 that takes 72 weeks then i'm taking 3-6 which takes 72 weeks so I have 18 months of MM classes then I am gonna get either an associates or a masters that's extra time.
    7. k19smith
      k19smith
      Sorry I've been so busy getting ready to go to school. It really depends on what you want to take and how long you want to go you can take the 36 or 72 weeks then you can also get an associates or a bachelors there's quite a few options. It looks like I'll be there at least 4 yrs maybe longer.
    8. katiebugsmylove
      katiebugsmylove
      ya true but I hate it when its so nice out then it gets so cold
    9. katiebugsmylove
      katiebugsmylove
      I hate when it gets like that here
    10. katiebugsmylove
      katiebugsmylove
      I live in MI and its supper cold and windy and it stinks because yesterday it was really nice out it was like 60:)
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    Location:
    Minnesota
    Occupation:
    a trainer/instructor/barn owner/ESMT someday, hope
    Number of horses:
    how many I WISH I had: 3+
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    I don't bite. I LOVE to talk about horses/riding, even though it'd mainly be you telling me all about your horses/riding life because I'm too poor to have either one of those. GONNA MAKE THEM HAPPEN SOMEDAY THOUGH.
    I aspire to be a top notch rider.
    I'm 16. Female. Typical raised in the city wishes she were on a farm with horses girl.

    HORSES. Photography. Writing. Riding when I have the money.

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    I definitely want to be a top notch rider. Its my dream. [you cant.] WHAT?! I thought you said I can do whatever I dream of!