02-09-2014, 06:54 PM
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It's unlikely that a horse of that size would be competitive at upper levels, but there is no reason that they wouldn't do well at lower/mid levels with the proper training. In those levels, training is more important than natural ability. Where the big horses run into trouble is that they usually aren't as quick and agile as the smaller horses so when the competition starts to get really tough, they can't keep up.