Inglis Insights: The weaning process

The weaning process is one of the most crucial elements of a young horse’s education. It’s a time in their lives when they take their first real steps of independence, learning new skills and furthering their physical and mental development.

In this episode of Inglis Insights, Jemma Cutting visited Vinery Stud to witness the weaning process and to learn more about how it’s done and what is required to make it a seamless and successful transition.

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