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    08-04-2009, 05:47 PM
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What to do with a yearling

Hello everyone, I was wondering if some of you could help me.i have a yearling paint that a few friends brought to me. She has never been messed with at all. I bring her in the round pin every day and try to mess with her. I am now able to put her halter on and I can lead her on a lead rope and back her up. She is still a little skittish when I touch her and she hates when I pick up her hoofs. I have never broke a horse and I do not know much about ground work. Can you just tell me if I am doing right so far and what all do I need to be doing and how can I get her use to me picking up her hoofs. Any thing would be helpfull. Thank you
     

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