Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: New South Wales, Australia
I'd be concerned. The add says to me that the owner really doesn't know much about horses, and looking at it ridden, to me it just seems that it doesn't really do anything. Just roughly aided to do things. Doesn't really relax, round up or accept aids. I'm always cautious of horses owned by inexperienced owners - they seem to create a world of problems. Have you seen it in person?
I think its quite a lot to pay for a horse that doesn't do anything, hasn't done anything and isn't particularly well bred (that I know of).