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Horses need room to move around

 

Last updated 12/28/2006 at Noon



I am shocked at the seemingly uninformed people who are making judgments on this decision. How many of them own and house horses? How can you house and train 60 horses on such a small place? It’s insane to think this will have no real impact on the whole area. Most of us horse trainers/owners look for open land areas so as not to cram so many horses onto such a small property in a small community.

I have trained horses of all breeds, including saddlebreds. They all need to have some room to move around. The comparison to greenhouses is laughable; plants don’t produce tons of manure on a daily basis and don’t bang on the walls and doors… the noise alone will be insufferable. You all need to step up and do the right thing for the horses and the neighbors. What is this world coming to?

Stand outside your back door and look over to the neighbor’s yard and imagine 60 horses on that yard – and then come to work and vote the right vote.

Vaughn Smith

Murrieta

 

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