Join Date: Apr 2008
Location: Orange County, NC
If you have the time and can keep an eye on them, start out putting her together with the more dominant of the other two for a few hours and then separate them again. Repeat the next day. Do the same with the other mare. I usually separate them at night for 3-4 days rather than find an injury in the morning before leaving them together all the time.
Mares are very serious about their pecking order, but it almost always works itself out. Keep your soap, water, and neosporin handy, though.
On the sixth day, God created the Quarter Horse.
On the seventh day, he Painted the good ones.