Originally Posted by Super Nova
For where I live that price is reasonable provided she has a least solid 90 days of quality training. The fact that she is advertised as a horse that is good for the less experienced gives her more value.....as that opens up the market.
I wouldn't put too much stock into the seller saying she's good for a novice rider. I almost bought a horse advertised as such, and she ended up being too dangerous for the vet to complete a PPE
She looks like an OK horse, the shoulder is definitely steeper than ideal and I don't really like her neck (at least in that pose!) I think she's overpriced as listed, but I'm betting the seller would be willing to negotiate since she is moving out of state.