Early Jump Training Unnecessary

Training young horses for jumping at six months of age is ineffective and unnecessary, according to a Dutch study published in the American Journal of Veterinary Research. The effect of specific jump training on young horses' jumping technique was only short-term, and the research supports the common approach of waiting until age three before giving them specific jump

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