Join Date: Aug 2014
Location: central valley California
you can pick up a fairly cheap rope halter, they pretty much fit all horses, unless pony size, make sure you know how to tie the halter on, around the eye , not on top of the eye of the halter, if they pull back, it is so hard to get off if tied wrong. i see nothing wrong with buying some brushes, hoof pick is important. And of course have hay, the same kind as the horse has been eating, and also what you want to feed on hand and make feed changes slowly. Agree with have a farrier in mind as well as equine vet, in case of emergency , you are not hunting one down, Mostly have fun with your new baby, do you have one picked out already?