I have a small hobby farm in central Wisconsin. I am dedicated to razing a few "family orientated" foals every year. The horses I breed are of great personality, show-quality conformation, and very loving attitude. Each foal is imprinted from birth, will be (really) halter broke, and all 4 feet will be able to be picked up. My foals will not be weaned until 6 months of age, but can be purchased at any age. I don’t recommend that any horse be ridden a lot until they are fully developed. At age 2 my guys may have had a saddle put on them; at age 3 someone may have sat on them and walk on lung line, at age 4 most will start being ridden. Each horse is different; I will not physically or mentally stress them and do more to them than they are ready for individually.
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