Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Just south of sanity
I honestly don't see any advantage to the owners, unless you're going to be the contact person, be able to answer any and all questions about the horses, and set up appointments for buyers to meet with sellers to try out the horses in which they're interested. Honestly, most sellers have time to do all that themselves, so don't have any reason to pay someone else.
If you're interested in making money, there has to be a need that hasn't been filled. I don't see as how this is innovative enough to be lucrative, unless you have contacts that they don't or don't have the ability to find for themselves.