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December 17 , 2007

Horse Training for Dummies


Riding on the back of an untrained horse is like driving a car
that does not have any brakes. You can take them out for a test run,
but you may come back dead. Even thought the horse’s intentions are
good, if he doesn’t have experience, you are riding around with a
creature that weighs over a thousand pounds and likes to do whatever he
wants. As an investment, horses are more of a liability. The horse has
the potential of hurting someone and his resale value is next to nothing.
If you have an untrained horse, he can be dangerous.

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