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    I compete quite regularly (eventing) and I am hoping to take my horse to uni. Has anyone else done or is doing this as I know its not common to take your horse to uni (by that I mean keep them stabled locally)
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    (Original post by Student.53)
    I compete quite regularly (eventing) and I am hoping to take my horse to uni. Has anyone else done or is doing this as I know its not common to take your horse to uni (by that I mean keep them stabled locally)
    One should really ask one's university about that sort of thing...
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    I knew a student who did this - she brought her horse from Belgium in fact. Kept it at Oaklands, a few miles from the University. But she sacrificed quite a lot of her social life to be with her horse
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    (Original post by AngryRedhead)
    One should really ask one's university about that sort of thing...
    One should really ask one's butler to ask one's university about that sort of thing...
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    Hey, came across this post as am going through the same process at the moment. Did you end up bringing your horse and if so how was it?
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    Looooool this is so Exeter, this post
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    Looooool this is so Exeter, this post
    Literally what I was thinking 😂😂

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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    Literally what I was thinking 😂😂

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    I had 60 people on my course, and too many of them littered my facebook wall with pictures of them eventing on the weekends
 
 
 
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