Horse Riding at Hardy Stud

From Timbuktu Chronicles Sat Dec 29 2012, 07:38:00

Anthony Muthama founder of Hardy Stud horseback riding speaks with the BBC about starting his enterprise:

"We had to buy some horses, build stables, start feeding those horses - because there was no money coming in to buy the food - and it was really quite tough."

It took them around seven years of hard work to get the company off the ground and really start making a profit.

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