Although a horse’s bones and joints aren’t mature enough to carry a rider until they are 2 to 3 years old, gentle unmounted training with 1-year-old horses (called yearlings) can help prepare horses for mounted training. If you are raising a young horse to be your next trail, hobby, or show partner, consider investing time …
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