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Date Posted: 07:21:20 11/09/06 Thu
Author: Cameron
Subject: Harness size

We are starting our 2 y/o and I would like to purchase a harness for him. Eventually we will send him off for some professional training but in the meantime I figured some ground driving will get him used to the harness and such. I am curious as to what size harness I should be looking for? Right now he is about 15.2Hs and probably around 800-900lbs. He could fit into a riding horse harness. But I understand that friesian can grow until they are 6-7 y/o? Many of the friesians that I see at the Keurs are good size but I am not sure if they are DRAFT size. Should I have both on hand for this transition? My 2 y/o is an Anne baby and his dam isn't real heavy so I don't see him becoming real heavy . . .

Any advice would be great.

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