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افتراضي Another 'which yard?' post

I've finally found my love of riding and confidence again and am really enjoying being around my horse! :)However, whilst current yard has great hacking and big airy stable, the school is awful & the fields get knee deep in mud in winter. Am currently on the waiting list at a great yard but am 5th on the list and so may be waiting some time. Want to enjoy my horse in the school whilst it's still summer and don't want to be stuck where I am come winter. I commute 2 hours a day already (sometimes more when away from office) so don't want to be sitting in car for much more time either. On a fairly limited budget too, but could afford both of the below options. So, looking to move my horse for the foreseeable. May chose not to move to waiting list yard if I settle. I do a bit of everything; hacking, schooling and some jumping but can struggle with my confidence. Do want to start getting out a bit more, hiring a horsebox and going out and about. Option A: - DIY- Great floodlit school - Small, fairly dingy stables (option to upgrade to bigger airy stables if one becomes available for extra £40pm)- Great hacking- Limited fields but ability to turnout 24/7 if required (she's a good doer so not fussed about lots of grass)- Almost mud free in winter- Not dog friendly (I have small dog but not a huge issue)- 2 miles from home / 10 min drive- Yard owner very chilled about everything- Monthly bill inc hay, bedding, farrier etc would be approx £260 / £295 winterOption B:- Assisted DIY (turnout AM)- Newly built yard - all liveries new too- Amazing school (floodlights to be installed)- American barn stables - Okay hacking (could see myself getting bored of it quickly)- Lots of fields so turnout not an issue- Potential to be muddy in winter but well managed- Dog friendly- 7 miles from home (in wrong direction to work) / 15 min drive but potential for roads to be jammed at times too- Yard owner lovely but may be a bit more full on than I'm used to- Monthly bill inc hay, bedding, farrier etc approx £360 (all inclusive price wouldn't differ in winter)I'm swaying towards Option A as I know it's fully established, already know someone there, is well within budget (and not likely to end up with big bill at end of month for extras!). I think the stables are putting me off a bit and the fact that the other yard is soooo pretty, pristine and lovely. What would you choose if you were in my shoes?

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