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        01-15-2013, 02:23 PM

    I know I have asked this before, but now that the time is here, I will ask again, and for the fact that I forgot what a lot of you said.

    Anyways, Breeze is 2 years old. She is 14-14.1hh at the moment and still growing. I am focusing on ground work right now, and wasn't planning on breaking her until she was 3.

    However, I wanted opinions on if 2 is a good time to break her, for short rides, in the fall, or late summer, when she is almost 3, if she is great at groundwork.

    I believe she is mentally ready, but I will get her vet checked before I ride her.

    I am going to spend the summer saddle breaking her, more ground work, and maybe pony her around if I have a horse to ride to do that.

    What do you think?
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        01-15-2013, 02:27 PM
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    If you have forgotten what was said when you asked before, simply review that thread....asking again is not going to change the answer.

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