1. The first thing you need to consider is your experience, you may have a picture of the perfect horse in your head but if you are just moving on from riding school ponies you may want to avoid “hot horses” such as Arabs and Thoroughbreds.As a first-time buyer you may want to consider a hardy breed that is less demanding and a quieter ride. You also need to consider the activities you want to do; a heavier type may not be suitable for eventing or endurance, but a competition horse might not be suitable for a nervous rider.
As a horse is constantly on their feet, developing hoof cracks at some point in their life is inevitable. Many of these will heal themselves over time with the right nutrition and hoof care; however, there is a wide range of hoof cracks with some needing a little more attention than others.
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