uj, unfortunately those DVDs won't teach you riding, much less how to train. And it's simply dangerous for the novice owner to get something untrained. Your best way to go would be 1) Forget for sometime about owning the horse and take some lessons OR 2) get something very well broke and trained and again take lessons/work with the trainer closely.
Just wondering... How expensive is it to keep a horse in India?
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