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    08-13-2012, 05:58 PM
Question Asthmatic Horse.

Hello guys.

I'm kinda new on here so I would just like to ask.
I am about to share a mare called Molly. She's about 14.2hh and is Black. Don't know the breed or age yet as I haven't spoken to the lady that owns her - she's on holiday.

My question is, I was taught to go on Hacks, mainly, and I do not like schooling because everywhere I went people/kids picked on me, Molly is Asthmatic, and I have never met a horse that is Asthmatic, and would just like to ask, if I go on hacks what should I do?

Should I do short ones? Or longer ones? Can I ask her to trot and canter for a while or as normal? Can she be asked to jump? What about Gallop?

Now, please, since I am not as rich as you might be, to be able to get horse riding lessons and that, you might know more, but please pleaassse be nice.
I hate when people are horrible to me.

Thank you.

Terka XD
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    08-13-2012, 06:12 PM
Green Broke
I think the owner needs to fill you in on what the horse is capable of. Hope you get some answers & Welcome to the forum.

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