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        10-05-2011, 08:25 PM
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    i agree with this part. I take my colt for hikes and just have him do whatever with me - hop in the trailer and "explore", walk up steps, do "baby yoga", meet new people/animals. Anything and everything that you could EVER even imagine having your horse come across in his lifetime is great to introduce while he's still young and quite impressionable. Imo at least.
    Thats true I often have taken my young horses to playdays, horse shows or rodeos it gives them a new experience and they get used to the craziness of lots of horses trucks and people.
         
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        10-06-2011, 02:24 AM
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    Mne is just how I have been taught; and as for the leaving them in the pasture, that did not sound right. The rest of my post talks about the rest of what I do. I honestly do not believe sliding on and off the other side once will cause any problems. I only way 97 pounds. I wouldn't slap a 300lb full grown man on them. I'm lightweight and don't even get my feet in the stirrups.
         
        10-06-2011, 02:44 AM
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    Well I still think it's dangerous so be careful. You have plenty of time to do that when they are two.
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