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    06-16-2008, 06:06 PM
What I don't understand is, if she doesn't want to sell him with papers and be shown, then why bother bragging what his bloodlines are? Just don't mention it and let the horse be sold as is, as a grade and destroy the papers. My guts say don't buy.

Papers for a gelding are just a birth certificate and ownership title, but she won't need them and selling the horse means giving up control. She should consider leasing if she's not really wanting to give that up. Or she's really wanting the larger sum, but regardless, it's shady.

You don't buy a car from someone and they brag that it's a ferrari, but will cost you more to have the hood ornament and title because they don't want you to drive it certain way, though it's made to be driven.
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    06-16-2008, 06:34 PM
It was to my understanding that if a horse is registered, the owner is required to pass on the paperwork and transfer the title, ect. Into the new owners name. If she's selling the horse, why doesn't she want it to be shown?
    06-16-2008, 09:17 PM
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I can't remember my QH ID off the top of my head. Tomorrow I will pull this horse and see if he has a show record. I think it's pretty interesting. I'm also going to pull the owners name because I'm curious if this chick that is trying to sell the horse really owns him. If he's really a rugged lark grandson he should be worth some money.
    06-16-2008, 11:47 PM
The person I talked to

Who has this horse for sale on horsetopia and Dreamhorse sounds legit and didn't say anything about not signing papers over - I think whoever Abby talked to is someone different and it must be a different horse - I hope if she bought that horse in April it worked out for her -
    06-17-2008, 12:24 AM
Hes really a wonderful horse and looks well set up. I've seen him (the horse abby bought) and he's really has pretty good conformation. Persnoally I think that if she found what he really like doing he would be quite a steal. Maybe that's why the former owner was so paranoid about the papers. I don't see why she should withhold information about Strech unless it is in the shady side.
    06-17-2008, 09:33 AM
I was just saying that I don't think the horse Abby bought is Larks Rugged Cierra - I think this is - see his ad on Dreamhorse -
    06-17-2008, 12:58 PM
Personally I wouldn't buy the horse.

I have issues with people that sell horses with all sorts of conditions. WHAT DO YOU CARE, YOU ARE SELLING THE HORSE.

If I'm going to buy a horse I don't want any conditions on his ownership. I want to be able to do anything I want with my horses.

This is one thing that just fusturates me. You can buy this horses if you follow all my rules...HAHA NOT!
    06-17-2008, 01:43 PM
Green Broke
Umm, i'd say get a copy of his papers NOW!! And see if he is the same horse who's advertised online...... if he is, umm, there are problems

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