I know Montana will not be a perfect match for everyone, I'm not saying he is, but to come out for almost 2 hours and ride him for over an hour, I think it a bit excessive if the horse isn't a perfect match. I would think experienced horse people (which everyone has been except for a mother and daughter) would know off the bat if a horse was a good match or not. I know I did when I went looking at horses.
When I put negotiable, I knew I'd get offers, but $500 for a $2,000 horse is ridiculous IMO. I will edit out the neg. Part and see what happens. I just think this girl was looking for a great deal. IMO she'd have better luck at the auction.
I will revise my game plan for when people come out. I don't mind showing him to people. I just don't like the fact when people are out there for around 2 hours and seem like they're really interested and then they hit you with the BS. So IMO they came out for a "free ride".
If he's not going to work out, then have the decency to get off or leave and just say that "He's a nice horse but i'm looking for something different" or whatever. I'd be fine with that.