Originally Posted by LetAGrlShowU
what the above posted means is that you should work with a trainer. No inexperienced horseperson should train a horse without a professional. Especially draft breeds.
Yes, thank you. I wasn't meaning to be rude- sorry if it came off that way. I have a broken thumb and its rather hard to type on my phone with it. :X
Anyways, having a young/untrained horse and not having any experience can lead to some pretty nasty situations and potentially dangerous. I would never advise it- even with a great trainer. I would always always always always advise the person to buy an experienced horse before I tell them to get on that is untrained.
You will more than likely end up frustrated, hurt and annoyed. Trust me- I have been overmatched by a horse and that is what I felt.
Please don't for your sake and the sake of a horse. Leave the training to the pros. Im sure you can take some great lessons for what you would spend on a horse and eventually find one that suits your needs.