Originally Posted by iridehorses
As being registered and trained - that automatically makes her breed showable. I'm not talking grade horses. I said registered and trained. His price in what I consider my area, which includes much of the East Coast, is high - unless he has points and a strong show record. The horse in question is not saying that it's "show" record is of any consequence - just potential.
Unfortunately, around here, $1500 is not going to buy a horse that my daughter can ride now that has any training. I wish though! I looked at another horse this week that hasn't been ridden in several month, is completely out of shape, and was older, and her asking price was $3500. I'd like to get his price down some, but I'm not counting on it.