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Harmony Stables Offers Unique Riding Experience

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When you think of winter athletes, you don't generally think of horses, but a stable near Lincoln is providing a warm space for these competitors to stay in shape.

Harmony Stables opened in 2011, and only offered boarding for up to 13 horses. Now, they board more than 30 horses, host camps, training and educational seminars in their heated arena.
The owner says the stables growth is in response to a high demand in the resources they provide, and riders say having a heated arena is valuable during a North Dakota winter.

"As an athlete too, just riding and you know maintaining that connection with the horse it can be easily lost, even after, if you don't ride consistently for even a week. I mean you have to work at getting what you lost back," says rider Amy Obrisch. 

Harmony stables is holding a customer appreciation event this Sunday, for more information you can visit their website at Harmony-stables.com

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