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Once upon a time there was a little girl who fell in love with horses. Her parents didn’t have enough money to just go out and get her a horse there were six other children to think of. But she didn’t give up. She read every book she could get her hands on that was about horses. She rode everything that was for sale in the county. And eventually, she got her very first horse.
“To make a small fortune in a horse business, start with a large fortune.”The equine business is not an easy business in which to make money. It is hard, back-breaking work. There is usually an over-abundance of horses, and a dearth of customers, making breeding and sales difficult. The few customers that are available already have as many horses as they can support as it is – some of them have more than they can really support – and none of them can buy a new horse (and supporting services) without getting rid of one that they already have.
What you need is the proverbial money tree – something out of which you can
shake money, as you need it, as well as use it to plant more “money trees,” for