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    03-26-2012, 07:37 PM
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Foal
Training a Paint

Ok so I have a paint that I was going to sell because he was to big for me but then when I went out in the pen and played with him and got him more tame for selling (i had not been with him at all that winter ) I realized that I loved him alot and now I want to keep him but I decided that iu am only going to keep him if I can train him better becuase him he does not train well I decided that I will sell him because he is to big for me and if he doesnt train well I am not going to keep him because he is to big for me so I was thinking what is the point iof feeding a horse that I can't train and is big for me . So I was wondering if anyone has any fun and good traing ideas that I can do and teach him . Thanks in advance for replies !
     
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    03-26-2012, 07:58 PM
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Originally Posted by I LOVE PAINTS 101    
Ok so I have a paint that I was going to sell because he was to big for me but then when I went out in the pen and played with him and got him more tame for selling (i had not been with him at all that winter ) I realized that I loved him alot and now I want to keep him but I decided that iu am only going to keep him if I can train him better becuase him he does not train well I decided that I will sell him because he is to big for me and if he doesnt train well I am not going to keep him because he is to big for me so I was thinking what is the point iof feeding a horse that I can't train and is big for me . So I was wondering if anyone has any fun and good traing ideas that I can do and teach him . Thanks in advance for replies !
Have you considered finding a credible professional to train him for you?
     
    03-26-2012, 07:59 PM
  #3
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    03-26-2012, 08:01 PM
  #4
Foal
Yes

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Originally Posted by Stoddard    
Have you considered finding a credible professional to train him for you?
Yes I have
     
    03-27-2012, 12:15 AM
  #5
Trained
Please use some punctuation - my poor old brain is aching from trying to dicipher that!!

Find someone that knows what they're doing for starters, there are a million things you can teach your horse. You need someone experienced on the ground with you to see you work with your horse, and work out what you need assistance with.
     

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