Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: Australia, Queensland
I agree with everyone, get as nice a photo of her as you can. I've been looking to buy a horse now for 3 months and have been looking online and I don't bother looking at ones with no photos. Maybe I'm wrong to do that, but I just don't have the honest time. So get a nice photo of her that make her look, calm but alert, relaxed, with someone riding her would be best, give her a good groom and wash and then trying and get a photo of her that makes her look great. With all four feet squared if possible, or her head held up, not right down as some people will think she's too quiet and probably to slow to even bother looking at.
You have to rememeber, the world is full of lazy people. These lazy people want to find the perfect horse for what they are doing through the internet, with a picture that makes them go 'Hey, this girls nice, she may well be worth a look.' Some people even make a small video of their horses being ridden and all of this can really help.
So I hope I havent rambled on, and hope you sell this beauty. She looks likee a lovely horse but I think those photos don't really do her justice.
Horseriding- The art of keeping a horse between you and the ground.