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how exactly do you train a yearling?

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    08-04-2009, 04:05 PM
Here are a few pictures of areas that people could spend some time with.
Always strive to keep the horse relaxed and calm.

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    08-04-2009, 04:07 PM
Originally Posted by Gingerrrrr    
couldn't afford board but of course when I sell her I find a place to board for much cheaper...
So why get a yearling you can't do much with for the next 18 months?
    08-04-2009, 04:12 PM
Originally Posted by JUBALIE    
Hello everyone, I was wondering if some of you could help me.i have a yearling paint that a few friends brought to me. She has never been messed with at all. I bring her in the round pin every day and try to mess with her. I am now able to put her halter on and I can lead her on a lead rope and back her up. She is still a little skittish when I touch her and she hates when I pick up her hoofs. I have never broke a horse and I do not know much about ground work. Can you just tell me if I am doing right so far and what all do I need to be doing and how can I get her use to me picking up her hoofs. Any thing would be helpfull. Thank you
Hi, welcome to the forum.

It would be best if you started your own thread. I'm sure you will get more replies than tagging on to someone elses topic.
    08-04-2009, 04:21 PM
Later,more complicated lessons can be introduced.
The task should be shown at a rate that the horse can accept and understand.

Tying and washing.

Tying with a blanket.

Intro to the saddle.

Hoof trimming and handling.

    08-04-2009, 05:41 PM

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