Published July 1974
by Wilshire Book Co .
Written in English
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" million horses change ownership several times in their lives. That's why Horse for Sale, authored by noted horsewoman and writer Cherry Hill, is such a godsend. It is well written, easy to follow, an exhaustively comprehensive resource on horse trading. This book is a must for the serious equestrian's library." - Horse Illustrated. "I have always enjoyed buying, selling and making horses and have dabbled in off-the-track Thoroughbreds, imported horses from Europe and domestically bred horses. We primarily sell into the eventing community but also do sell hunters, jumpers, equitation horses, dressage horses . Right here at Ellen’s kitchen table on a random day in , The Horse Source, Inc. was born. It is an example of one of the more innovative ways to buy and sell horses. Ellen, of Frisco, Texas, has been in love with horses since she was a little girl, saying she read every horse book she could get . A very popular method of buying and selling horses is on the Internet. There are many popular websites which allow you to search for horses of a certain breed, age, location, discipline, price range, etc. There, you can view a horse’s photos, basic information and description, and often even a video of the horse being ridden.
Buying a Horse from a Breeder Breeders know their horses best. They actually know the behavior, personality, vices, habits and all possible mannerisms of a horse. Buying a horse from a breeder is the best choice as they give a guarantee of the horses they sell. They have the reputation of upholding, which makes breeders the best choice for. “I’m not going to sell you my horses. In fact, I’m going to advise you not to buy any horses. You’re such a novice at this. You should go to a local barn and lease a horse for a few months. Better your riding skills. Hang around with knowledgeable people and learn all the stuff you need to know.”. Selling a horse is always a painful process regardless of the reasons why. Sometimes it’s because as a rider you out grow your horses abilities and it’s time to move onto one that can take you farther. Sometimes it’s due to safety and you and your horse just don’t mesh. Buying a horse or pony for the first time is an exciting experience. It's easy to get carried away by a big set of brown eyes, even though the horse batting them may not be the best beginner r, the wrong horse can ruin the fun of horseback riding or driving and may be unsafe. Learn to avoid the top mistakes that new horse buyers make.
There are other horses out there that are perfect for you and your family. Selling this horse is a dilemma for sure. Actually it is illegal to mis-represent the attributes of a horse. You could have prosecuted this individual or stable that sold you the horse if you could have done it within a reasonable length of time after buying the horse. Whether you’re trying to buy or sell horses online, let us show you the top factors that determine horse prices: Age: The prime age for a horse is between 7 and 14 years old. Horses much older than this are typically worth less, though the price will still depend on the horse’s condition and breeding. The more you can become familiar with the needs and nuances of this stunning animal, the more prepared you will be to own a horse yourself. “What to Think About Before Buying a Horse” Guest Author Bio: Kevin Davies is the Pet Lover Guy. For horse owners there seems to always come a time when selling a horse is necessary. Whether you train and sell horses for a living or just came to the point where your horse doesn’t fit you needs anymore, it seems prudent to know how to effectively market and sell your horse to get the most value.