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[RC] looking for recommendations on riding vacation - A. Perez

 One of my biggest obstacles to riding is the fact that my 
husband does not ride, and wants to spend time with me on the 
weekends, which tend to be my only riding time, so I want to 
get him hooked on horses.  The best way to do this would be to 
take him trail riding somewhere with spectacular scenery, good 
horses and nice guides (who talk something in addition 
to "horse"), preferably in the US.  Must be able to accomodate 
a novice rider (him).  Nothing fancy needed, the cheaper the 
better.  I'll get him a few lessons before the trip, so he 
won't be a complete neophyte.  I have had him up on a horse 
before and he has a natural seat and is unafraid.

Any recommendations?

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