02-10-2013, 07:18 PM
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I completely agree with HighonEquine. If you have some pasture and fields, put him out and let him be a horse for awhile as he hasn't had that. And at the same time instead of saddle work, get to know him on the ground with some groundwork. I know people when they get horses off the track they put them out and leave them for a year to just be a horse before getting them going again. Congratulations though!