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jfisher256jfisher256 Registered User Posts: 3 New Member
Hi, I'm Justine and I'm new here to CC, I believe this is where I can introduce myself?

I am eighteen and a senior in high school. I have been a dedicated horseback rider for nine years and will continue with it for many, many years. I plan to go to college to study equine business management. I am looking at a college in central-ish New York, called Morrisville State College, anyone here ever heard of it, been there, etc.? I visited for their equine racing management program and I loved it! Going to take some time getting used to their harsh winters but I'm sure I'll be keeping plenty busy enough to not even realize it's freezing out, haha. Winter is not my favorite season :P

When I am out of college I want to continue riding, whether I end up doing it professionally or not. I also want to own my own stable, but I'm not sure if I want it to be with racehorses, or something like a show jumping stable. Either one will be great for me :D

Anyway, I can't wait to check out CC some more, I came across it when I tried to type in a college question on google and a link for CC showed up so I decided to check it out. I figured it seems really helpful with answering undergraduates' questions!
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