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        01-15-2012, 09:14 PM
    Green broke

    Hey y'all so My instructor is trying out a horse for sale but we are going to buy him unless the vet finds something wrong in the vet check. He has had 30 days of under saddle training. We are working him under a surcingle and riding him a little. He is almost un spokable. He is a little twitchy but we just moved him to our place so that's probably most of it. But I banged around a barrel rubbed him with a cone threw foam balls at him and he didn't flinch. He is an appaloosa but he looks nothing the parts. Look and acts like a quarab or a morgan.

    So what I am asking is if there is anything I should be doing besides the surcingle and gentle saddle training or anything I should be doing specifically to save my self the pain later on. (btw he"s going to be an all around horse, jumping western english dressage etc. . .)
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        01-15-2012, 09:22 PM
    Ground work? Don't forget that!
        01-15-2012, 09:57 PM
    Yeah that's a good one!! He's a little antsy when you work on him for to long so yeah thanks!

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