that is ridiculous. In fact, it's so ridiculous, it's REDiculous!
I'm sure she's not looking for a barrle horse to take to national comps. I stand behind my statement that if she trains/uses the horse right on the barrles, he'd be just fine.
However, skipped out on him, so no harm done, anyways, right?
Well, since we're going to be snarky about misspellings now, last I heard, there's no such thing as a "barrle" horse and "barrles" isn't an equine event :roll:.
As for the rest of your post, are you serious? Do you have any
experience at all with performance horses...or horses in general? Yes, some
horses can still do well in spite of minor flaws. What this horse has is most certainly not
a minor flaw. To suggest that someone buy him and still try to make a performance horse out of him shows carelessness and lack of knowledge on your part.
Phantom, I am glad that you decided against him, too. Don't get discouraged, there are lots of good horses out there to be had. When that perfect one comes along, you'll be glad that you didn't compromise on an earlier prospect and get something that may not have been exactly what you wanted. You just keep that chin up and those eyes looking forward, you'll find the one you are searching for eventually.