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post #11 of 13 Old 11-10-2016, 08:53 PM
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Agree. I always let even my show horses, be horses, even if I was a little more protective, far as who I turned them out with, and where
Playing with other yearlings, is a great way to promote the development of a strong skeletal system
The only young colts, that were in a paddock by themselves, were studs prospects, , and even they had gelded companions, until they were used as stallions They were also where they could see other horses, and where they could run and play
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I was considering leaving him with my BMs older horses or my friend has some young horses I would be happy to leave him with
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Any book recommendations ?
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