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  1. Horse Training
    Hi all, I’m new to the forum and this is my first post. I’ve recently taken on a new lease of a OTTB who hasn’t had much experience with the English world. She’s great for beginners and as is a total sweetheart. However she likes to walk, trot and canter with her head high in the air. I was...
  2. Horse Training
    Hello! I am new to the site. I am in the process of purchasing my first OTTB. I have been training in eventing for years and my last horse, a saddlebred, died 11 years ago. So, Leonne is amazing!! She is smart and excited to learn. I do ride with a trainer, but as I am spending all of my extra...
  3. Horse Training
    Hi I have a 5yr old ottb, who I has been off the track for 1yr half of which she has been 'letting down' and being a horse and the other she has done little trails and light riding. But now I have decided I have to get serious with her if she is ever going to compete. Anyways at the end of this...
  4. Horse Training
    I'm currently a new OTTB owner. I love everything about my horse but she's a whole new world to me. She's 13 yrs old. On her papers she last raced in 2005. So shes had sometime off, but between 05 and now I have no info on her. I rescued her from the meat buyer. She came jam packed full of worms...
  5. Horse Training
    What's your best advice for bringing home an ex-racer? Do you have a plan? Once they've been put out to pasture, and had time to rest, how do you go about re-training them? Share your techniques here :D
  6. Horse Riding Critique
    Hallo guys! This is my young horse named Baltic. He will be 4 in September (the 20th) and i've had him for 2 months. I know he's lost some weight, but i'm very glad he hasn't detiorated like some Ottb's do. I was hoping that everyone could please help tell me if they could see any muscle...
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