Question # 293: So I'm bringing along a young horse. I have been trying to go slow with him, keep jumps small while he grows. He's in his five year old year now. My question is, what is a good guideline for heights you should be jumping at certain ages?

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...He's in his five year old year now. My question is, what is a good guideline for heights you should be jumping at certain ages? He's mostly doing BN height right now, but has schooled up to 3'3 easily while messing around. I didn't want to take it any higher though, he is so willing but I don't want to do too much too soon. (Holly)


Hi Holly!

This is a subject that not many people can agree on! The best advice I have for you is to... (Click on Question Title above (in blue) to read full answer)


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