This period is often considered as less important - but it is very important for future champions. Remember that whilst statistics show that genetics are a key factor, numerous other factors such as the quality of the environment are essential for the harmonious development of young horses.

Access to an excellent meadow, to healthy water, the quality control of the basic feeding together with optimal supplementation, the beginning of early work or not, the follow-up of the biological balances, trimming, examination of the growth curves are many factors which will have a determining influence on the future career of the horse.