Lol...... The thing is that I want a filly. And this is the last filly he has, and it's also the last batch of colts he's going to breed. So this is it, you know? And I have someone else that I bought my last weanling from, and she was awesome. But again, he doesn't have the color like this, and this filly is the most refined I've seen in a while. On the other hand, this filly might not have the disposition I want. The other horses I've bought from him have the perfect disposition for older horses, but that's not what I want in weanlings. They're actually a little hot. Just their breeding, but I like the easy weanlings haha. I just don't know. It's a lot of money to spend on something that young, that could potentially get hurt or die. I've already been there once.
It sounds like I'm argueing with myself ha. This is why I need your input, guys! Lol. Thanks for all the replies. =)
To rein a horse is not only to guide him,
but also to control his every movement.