I am fortunate enough to live pretty close to Georgia (NW SC) and I live right next door to a pure bred Arabian horse farm that breeds for hunter/jumper. That horse is part Arab, but I doubt she is full. Also, does she have papers? The Arabs my neighbor sells are very well bred and trained before sale, and she sells them for a minimum of $2500. But they are broke and bred for hunter/jumper, so they are more expensive. What is her training? What are you planning on doing with her (pleasure or show)? I think that price is high for her. If you really want her, can you negotiate down? People are more flexible with horse prices in this economy, but, otherwise, I think you should keep looking if she won't drop the price, IMO, but she could have a great temperment and be really showy in her gaits ... it's hard to tell from just a pic, but I would try to negotiate first.
I like her. I'd like her more with papers but she could still be a gem.
I don't know about the availability of horses in your Country so maybe the price is right. Any horse is only worth what someone else is willing to pay for it.
She's still a baby & looks like a baby should.
Yes, it would be a few years before you can ride her but there is so much you could teach her until then that riding will be easy.
I hope you get her. It will be nice to watch her grow up.
I have a 15 year old arab that is full blood WITH papers and looks very much like this. Im in the US though. But my mare has the same head look, body shape, big ears (haha), bigish bottom lip, etc... same color too. Weird. Different markings though. Anyway im perty sure she is full arab. Could be a cross but is likely to be full blood. If you want for comparison its my mare Kali in my horse list. I don't think I have a body shot other than her jumping but I will try to get one for ya. If arabs are rare over there then it could be worth it depending on how bad you want her and if her tempermant is good. My mare is a sweet-heart and hardly ever spooks or gets worked up (i got her for free but there are lots of arabs here). If I fell in love with a certain horse and I had the money to pay for it, I would definitely do it. If you feel like you miht like another horse better, keep looking and you can always go back to the filly and decide then.