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> How do I know if I am ready to
> have an horse?

Not enough information to answer this question. Your age, riding experience, facilities to keep and care for a horse, and lot of other issues. Your cash in bank account. These and other important factors, etc. :)

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> How do I know if I am ready to
> have an horse?

Make a list of all the things you would do with your horse. Put the fun things on one side of a page and the things that are just work on the other. If the fun side is longer than the work side, you are not ready for a horse. When you are ready for a horse, what you are going to do for him will be more important to you than what he will do for you. Horses cannot do anything for themselves. It takes a lot of work to keep them happy, and you will only be happy with your horse, if he is happy with you.



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> Make a list of all the things you
> would do with your horse. Put the
> fun things on one side of a page
> and the things that are just work
> on the other. If the fun side is
> longer than the work side, you are
> not ready for a horse. When you
> are ready for a horse, what you
> are going to do for him will be
> more important to you than what he
> will do for you. Horses cannot do
> anything for themselves. It takes
> a lot of work to keep them happy,
> and you will only be happy with
> your horse, if he is happy with
> you.

WELL SAID!!!

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