She was easy to break and I have had her since before she was weaned. I bought her at 2 1/2 months, and did a lot of desensitizing and ground work minus the lungeing as she grew up. When she was fully 2 I started to back her and after a few weeks of that I began to ride her gradually increasing the time I rode her. She is an excellent horses and I try to take as many precautions as a can to prevent injury to her. Plus I didn't ride very much at all this summer, for fear of hurting her growth. She is a bay roan, not a red. If you take all the white from the roan out she would be bay, she has bay features, Black mane, tail, around the nostrilsand ears and on the lower legs. If you take all the white from the roan out of a read roan they would be sorrel or chestnut.