Join Date: Sep 2011
Location: Germany- but not German =D
I know what you mean, but I find people that write less spiel, and get to the point are the ones I'm more drawn too.
I couldn't give two hoots about who has ridden this horse and wher they've come from, or packed tons of riders to shows.
I want to know that she's been out of work, has jumped, didn't enjoy it and safe to take to shows has competed or placed at w/t.
People that write loads generally have something to hide behind, thats what I've learnt finding me and others horses over the past couple of years. In all honesty, you have shown us a few horses in every different range from unbroken to projects to expensive lookers... my friend was the same and I told her to go away, figure out what she wanted from age, potential, experience, discipline and height range, write it down and do not stray from it. There are plnety of horses that will fit in to those cats, you just have to find it and have the patience to do so.
All you can do is try though, sometimes it doesn't matter if they don't reach the top, Duffy probably won't and as soon as I got on her we clicked, I can't explain it, but she was the 8th horse I'd tried, and she was the right one.