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Date Posted: 16:56:44 10/20/06 Fri
Author: Joan
Subject: hi Friesian
In reply to: Eveline 's message, "hi" on 01:41:21 10/20/06 Fri

Barbara, is this your first horse?? If so, it would be a great idea to get in touch with a trainer in your area that can help you. Do not wait too long because his bad manners may become habit forming and then it will be a longer road before you can really start enjoying him. Friesians are fantastic horses with wonderful temperments, (which is why I now own two) but they are still horses and that means they need structure, routine, good care and a "lead mare" to keep them in line. You have to become that lead mare and a good trainer will help you. Good luck with him.

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