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cpcutter02
Posted 2014-02-24 3:11 PM (#66491)
Subject: Need advice




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Location: IL
Going to first sale with a pair of 2 ur olds and don't know what expect and do to really show them of in the sale arena I have till end of March then on to sale at Ardmore ok. Any advice would be great thanks
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crossspur
Posted 2014-03-06 12:17 PM (#66507 - in reply to #66491)
Subject: RE: Need advice



Roan Wonder


Location: Southwest MO

Are they broke to ride ?

Some sale have a per show the day or morning before a sale to show broke horses working cattle, roping and such. But most of them at the sale its you just ride the horse around in the sale ring, you can show them turning, stop side, passing& things like that 

 

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cpcutter02
Posted 2014-03-08 1:57 PM (#66512 - in reply to #66491)
Subject: RE: Need advice




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Location: IL
O my yes these two yr olds are nicely broke the owner says they best set of two yr olds I have started for him. The worst thing is not been off ranch to see town. But they are soft and will seat stop very good. So much snow here hard to get to timber to ride. To slick a cattle division to get them bunk broke and able to ride thru pairs. I figured posting here able to get different views and thoughts.
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