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post #21 of 21 Old 11-06-2011, 02:19 PM Thread Starter
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I know people say that but all breeders here in sweden drive their horses prior to 3 years old.When I say ride I do not have to gallop her or even trott her besides my 100lbs does nothing to her.I spoke to another breeder prior to purchasing her and was myself horrified he started driving putting a harness on that is almost as heavy as myself on a 6 month old they do not pull anything just walk next to momma with a harness on.The bread that I would say develops the slowest of all are Arabians and with my mare and other arabians there is a huge difference in a 2 and 3 year old and yearlings just look like foals.When I look at this yearling next to her 7 year old half sister the 7 year old is wider but not over all that much bigger now my Arabian I never sat on untill she was 3 and my stallion did not get out of his puppy stage until he was 7 he was not growing much from 3 tru 5 but he was maturing mentally a lot.Almost a different horse altogether.This filly is such a powerhorse.If I am to keep my promise and not crawl up on her do you think I could hold her in a side pull if walking behind her rein-driving if she decides to just runn to a cloverfeid? or should I just do it the old man way and just have her walk next to sister all winter and put a sled behind sister.. or just ponying her next to sister I kind of not like to pony green horses at all just nervwreking to me
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