06-23-2010, 04:43 PM
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First of all, please make an effort to quit the text talk and abbreviated sentences when asking question on a public forum. It's very hard to understand.
Second, if the horses aren't ready to jump, don't jump them! They need solid training on the flat before they should even be able to LOOK at a jump. Break the unbroken horse, find someone to work with both of them. It doesn't sound like you're overly qualified to be re-breaking or breaking a horse at this point, it's best to let a professional work with them if you've never had first-hand experience in starting a horse.
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