Originally Posted by Joe4d
i googled them, not much descriptions on the couple they had, one was $800 maybe a misprint, other was $15,000. For that much the horse would have to get up early and know how to fix me coffee and make breakfast.
Which were you looking at? Their prices can be a bit wonky to start, but they generally will bargain, esp if they know the horse is going to an endurance home. Looking quickly through the for sale list, I Mak might be something to look at. His momma is a nice, well-built mare with a good brain that she generally passed to her kids. The sire puts good bone on his babies, and I know you want something solid to support your weight. The horse has already been gelded, so don't have to worry about hormones causing issues.
[FYI, I used to work at Cre-Run and that is where Dream was bred.]