Thanks for all your input!
I don't think it matters if she spelt palomino wrong.. typing mistake.. no big deal
I am going to see her this weekend :) hopefully.. we are so busy lately
Here are bigger pictures: Attachment 12541 Attachment 12542 Attachment 12543
Also, her yearling colt is for sale.. I think he is free with the mare, or a couple hundred extra.
I might be interested in him as well.. I could train him with the help of my aunt (horse person).
I know lots about training horses from books, and computer articles, but not much in real life.
I feel it would be a learning experience.
He is already halter broken.. I would start with desensitizing him, then onto voice commands, then some lunging, then crossing creeks, and going past strange objects, then pony him with the mare, then start with riding training.
I would train him to be solely a pleasure horse.. mainly trails, barrels, western, and maybe a bit of english.
What do you think? honeycolt.jpg honeycolt2.jpg
And, don't tell me, "don't buy the colt, because its lots of work"... and "you need previous training experience."
As.. I have heard this many times before.. instead maybe some helpful tips on how to train a yearling..
Also, should they be gelded at this age? Or older?