Thanks heyycutter! I am really aware of all the responsibilities ( I actually made a schedule for how I would care for it in the summer+winter to see how it worked around school and stuff
) I am studying a book right now that tells you all poisinous plants and the effects to a horse...and I am reading that the hay has to smell good, and be softish no hard( you know what I mean) and to look in the middle of the bale to find potential mold that is hiding from you:) O, I do know how to lounge a horse I am not the greatest at it but I am working on that. Lastly, I am putting a spreadsheet together to show my mom and dad the yearly cost of owning a horse.
Anyway..How old would you suggest? I want a horse that is a little challenging, not one that falls over dead when I hop on. You know what I mean?