Originally Posted by Solon
How much of that has to do with just plain crappy breeding? Before jumping to conclusions I'd ask more. There could be health issues - they could have rescued the horse from somewhere else and are trying to sell it for whatever reason. You don't know. It's never good to jump to conclusions without knowing the full story.
I'm pretty sure they are the breeders.
Either way if they are selling the horse, they should consider that the new owner will have to get the hooves done, and then everything else that poor horse will need. If they rescued the horse they ought to take care of those things before rehoming. Otherwise there is no point to rescuing.