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Date Posted: 18:46:48 11/18/09 Wed
Author: DH
Subject: questions
In reply to: coral 's message, "questions" on 09:37:51 11/15/09 Sun

Can't comment on breeding but very easy to train. Very smart horses. I do recom anyone training a young horse ( of any breed inclu friesians) have experience with young horses.They can be a handful like ALL horses if you don't know the correct way ( calm, non force, clear, consistent requests, immediate reward for good behavior...) to work with young horses. Some individuals are easier to train than others like all breeds.Find someone good with young horses to learn from.

>hi guys im new to this forum but i have some
>questions. see i have always wanted a horse growing up
>and my parents would never let me have one and im
>considering going to college to be an acountant to
>save up enough money to buy enough land and equipment
>to breed horses friesians are just so beautiful and i
>was wondering if there were any major problems with
>the breed that would make it hard for a beginer to
>handle. i do have some experience woth horses every
>summer i help my old neighor with his ten. walkers and
>went to horse riding camp 3 years in a row. any input
>would be greatly appreciated (and sorry for the
>spelling)

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