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"Sculpting" a Yearling's Neck?

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        04-04-2013, 09:49 PM
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    Yeah, that's pretty much what's going to happen Tiny.

    Haha don't worry Toto, never once have I said that I would be doing anything like that. I've stated multiple times that I won't be lunging him or sweating him I am just trying to get some knowledge about what IS safe for a horse his age to do. If he were a mature horse I would know what to do, but obviously those options are not safe or healthy for a boy his age.
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        04-05-2013, 10:40 AM
    Originally Posted by tinyliny    
    his neck is set on that way. When he muscles out , in time, it'll be less noticeable. Be patient for him to grow up and fill out. Horses at that age are really awkward looking.
    This ^. Basically, his neck is the same length on the top and on the bottom...it's his natural born conformation. BUT, once he's in work, the topline will fill out and his neck will "look" different.
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