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Considering her user name is iHateBeingaStudent, I would assume that's her part time job while she's in college. College seems to get really expensive so I believe she doesn't have any money left because of that.

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Considering her user name is iHateBeingaStudent, I would assume that's her part time job while she's in college. College seems to get really expensive so I believe she doesn't have any money left because of that.

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You earn money but if she works there she probably gives the money to the full time trainer and is a working student. But if she owned the barn the money she earns goes right back into hay, stable mix, bedding for the horses. Supplements and things like that.

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Raising horses is expensive too, with the hay, the grain, they vet bills, getting shoes put on them, so if she owns the horse and/or barn, I can understand not having a lot of money saved

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Student loans are evil, working is the best way, I wish I didn't need to rely off of student loans cuz the interest and the restrictions they put on you completely sucks. I'll be stuck paying off my student loans till I'm old and wrinkly -_-

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Or time to start saving. OP could be spending more than she/he(forgot to look at gender) makes. EDIT: I didn't recognize that she could've been doing this as a part time job for college.

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#19 you said her food, clothing, lodging, and etc. came from her parents. You assumed that her parents payed for these things. While this may be true, a lot of students are more or less on their own financially with little help from their parents, especially students that come from families with multiple kids.

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Ha! I wish my mom and dad would help me! Most college students, nowadays, have to buy all of their own stuff. Assume makes and ass out of u and me. Remember that!

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The sad part is, horses are super expensive. I could imagine her either finding an untrained, badly maintained pony for free, or a very nice one for around ten thousand dollars.

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