Join Date: May 2010
Location: Northern California
yea I would stay away from any hard keepers and anything hot and flighty, make sure you have someone horse savy/experianced horse own/rider to go with you, ask many questions about health age and temperment, don't take someones word for anything if you consider buying visit the horse on more then one acassion have the present owner doing everything! First then you do if the owner can't control/handle or doesnt have respect from the horse then keep looking. Don't buy the first thing you see there are plenty of horses out there and getting a horse should be a life time commitment if poosible, so make sure you and the horse complement each other make sure the horse will fit into your life style. Anyway good luck I wish you the best
Don't breed, buy. Don't buy, adopt.