I'm curious about something. Some breeds take a lot longer to mature skeletally than others. Would that effect the age at which it would be best to begin using them for breeding. Some horses don't reach full maturity until they are seven or eight, yet their best years for breeding then remaining to them are much fewer if they cannot be used for breeding until then. Do you have any advice?
Some breeds take a lot longer to mature skeletally than others. Would that effect the age at which it would be best to begin using them for breeding
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