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post #11 of 13 Old 05-28-2013, 04:17 PM
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deliciousd, I see your point.
Arabians also develop later.
One of the leading endurance mares in the breed has logged over 3 thousand miles at the age of 7 and gotten best condition numerous times finishing in the top ten.
She was bred at 2 and foaled at 3 without any adverse affects.
As long as that mare has received good nutrition she will do fine. Im not advocating breeding one at 2.
Your points are valid reasons to be concerned. Hopefully the OP will see mine as encouragement to ensure proper nutrition if she is bred. Shalom
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post #12 of 13 Old 05-28-2013, 04:22 PM
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deliciousd, I see your point.
Arabians also develop later.
One of the leading endurance mares in the breed has logged over 3 thousand miles at the age of 7 and gotten best condition numerous times finishing in the top ten.
She was bred at 2 and foaled at 3 without any adverse affects.
As long as that mare has received good nutrition she will do fine. Im not advocating breeding one at 2.
Your points are valid reasons to be concerned. Hopefully the OP will see mine as encouragement to ensure proper nutrition if she is bred. Shalom
I think nutrition is the key tbh and sadly nowadays there seems to be a relapse in the knowledge surround good nutrition, choosing ease over correctness. Congratulations on your mare :)
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post #13 of 13 Old 05-28-2013, 04:42 PM
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If the horse is sold & leaving in two days, you better inform her new owners of your suspicions. It would be irresponsible & give you a bad reputation in local horse community if you didn't.
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