Re: What is the 'going rate' for a sharer in Herts?
Agree with Theocat in that generally the better riders are willing to pay less, as they are actually helping school your horse while sharing it. I had to lower my expectations money wise in order to get someone who wasn't going to undo what I was doing on my days and who didn't want to just jump or hack everyday they were doing her (meaning that I would always have to school on my days). I ended up charging 45 a month for someone doing 2 days a week. Hope you find someone nice soon :-)