Join Date: Jul 2008
Location: Oklahoma where the wind comes sweeping down the plains...
Yes, I see. Twitch made a good point though, I'm taking advice from everyone one here, but in my mind, filtering through what information I conclude to be logical. Not that you all are illogical, just that beliefs/techniques are different.
I respect what you all have said, but at the same time, I have to be wary of what information I choose to follow, remembering that you all do not know me or my situation.
All advice has been taken in and considered, and I thank you all for that. I know now to be careful of what the horse's mental/physical condition is before deciding when to train or even to buy said horse. I suppose you'd have to know the horse better, also to make the most accurate statement.
IRH, I understand your concern about the horse, I myself know a few that have been started and their trainers realize, when it's too late, that the horse is screwed up. Hopefully with my plan/CA program and trainer, I can prevent the horse from becoming just another sale number.