To be caught, led, tied up, washed, covered & to be nice to a farrier, vet, dentist and other health professionals. He will learn to be patient, trusting and confident.
At the end of his education, you will see him ridden in walk, trot and canter in an open area.
Before he leaves Abderry, or any time afterwards, we are very happy to be involved in helping to carefully explain how you should carry on with his education when you get him home.
We offer three options for the way the horses being Broken-In "live". You are given the opportunity to chose whether you want your horse to share a paddock, live alone or be boxed during his education.
Your horse’s diet will be managed by Abderry and this will be appropriate for his condition and stage of training
From Breaking-In, your youngster should either have a holiday to do some serious growing and bulking-up or go on to the Sporthorse Early Training. We will give you our recommendations at the end of the primary School Education.