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    05-29-2009, 07:51 PM
what to do with yearling

Hi all i'm new here and to be honest with ya kinda to to horses as well ,same old story had horses as a child but i'm now 44 and think I need horses..well its a long story but last year I had one horse now I have 7.my sister inlaw passed away suddenly of cancer and I kept her horses so I have a yearling and i'd like to know what I should be doing with her,i also have a 2 week old colt..i do have a good trainer but cash is alittle tight right now so i'd like to try to start her myself....any advise would be great
thanks ann
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    05-29-2009, 08:10 PM
I used Clinton Andersons Handling foals weanling's and yearling's. DVD when my girls were born until I started breaking then to ride. Great information and training exercises. Check for used on Ebay.

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