hey everyone Looking to obtain some advice, and or insight. Our girls are young 2 & 1 both May babies. Over the last year I was pregnant with god awful 24/7 morning sickness. This left my yearling to do her thing with very little handling. We are now reaching winter which limits ground work and I do plan on continued handling and quality time spent with her (them) But come spring my daughter and I plan on getting down to business with these ladies. So here’s our set up. Come June We will have been here two years. We spent the first year working on the barn as it was a cattle farm before us. The land required ALOT of rest and the barn needed a complete interior over haul (mould, low ceiling that were a mess, electrical etc.) We currently have no indoor or outdoor arena only paddocks and yard space. I plan on closing off our front paddock and making it a smaller grass arena the part planning to use is heavy with weeds I’ll need to dig out some buried rocks etc. Maybe go over it a bunch with some Even weight to fix what the cows have created. When dividing my daughter really wants a round pen to lunge and such (our minis are very dominant, which I don’t blame nature. Lack of handling will do that with such young girls right) so anyways I plan on using part of the left over paddock space to a lot for a round ring. How big should I go with the round ring. I don’t plan on going massive I would prefer to primarily accommodate the minis but I don’t want to limit future potential in being able to use it for a full size. Also, any tips and or advice for ground work would be greatly appreciated as we’ve never worked minis before. We do plan on doing just as we would a full size. I mean beyond basic handling. Also, our minis are reluctant to stand still. Which makes it a job for vetting and farrier visits. Any tips on this? I hope to have this rectified before spring.