I am new to the forum type thing but here it goes. (Wasnt sure where to post this)
I was given a beautiful arabian yearling as a present from my extended family as I had been through alot in the last year they thought it would be good as I loves horses so much.
I looked after my friends arab for 4 years and loved the experience(hence why the family brought an arab trying thinking it was the only horse or something) but anyway. I had lessons on her and all in that 4 years. Was a great experience and everything.
I fell in love with this little guy and I know that I am probably inexperienced for him but I can't sell him. So what I was wondering is any ideas on what I should teach him as a yearling(and equipment I might need at this stage) and when I should break him and any info would be great (books only tell you so much)
Also any info on yearlings in general...food etc would be good :)
That's alot an sorry for asking so much I just want to do my best with him and hope you guys can help me do that. Thanks :)
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