I've been riding (western) for several years, and decided to buy my own horse several months ago. I have a soft spot for clydesdales so I've been looking for one. Finding the "perfect" horse for me has been a challenge, several leads and even more dead ends, but no horse. Through a lot of research I found a farm not too far away from me that breeds and shows clydesdales. The people there seem really nice, and have answered all of my questions so far (and I've had a lot of them!) The best way to see all of the horses they have available is to visit, and I'm planning a trip there in October.
The thing is, other than where I ride, I've never been to a horse farm. Are there any tips for a visit (ex: Questions to ask while I'm there, things to look out for, etc) A lot of their horses are show horses, and they have a good reputation from what I've read. I know the standard "Don't take your checkbook or a trailer" rules, but anything else that is important?