10-02-2012, 07:19 PM
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This is pretty consistent with that I've been seeing, too. Many rescues are so full that they only have room to take in seized horses; even many of those actually go to foster homes where the foster 'parent' pays for most or all of their expenses (though there is usually a vet and/or farrier who gives heavily discounted rates for them).
For people who are looking to place otherwise healthy horses, they just don't have the resources, so putting up a listing is about all they can do.