Yearlings should yield to halters and leads.

As spring clips along, foaling seems to pick up speed. Newborn horses arrive at many farms, keeping equine breeders busy.

At the same time, the season may spell a new stage in development for last year’s crop of foals.

Is your yearling willingly wearing a halter and gaining compliance with leading?

If not, it’s probably time to start practicing. That lanky and leggy lad (or lass) is likely ready for some serious ground training.

Maybe it’s time to clean and stow that foal halter for the next youngster to wear. 

Yearling halters are designed especially for those spirited and ever-growing one year olds.

Take a look at these yearling halter options:

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Yearling in Halter
by Turkmen Stud Farm
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