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    • 3 Post By waresbear

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        08-06-2013, 02:10 PM
    Buyer's Law

    Well, we all know Murphy's Law, I've come up with buyer's law....

    When you finally ARE ready to seriously look for a horse, the following ALWAYS happens:

    1. You want registered (to stay showing in your circuit)= all you can find are

    2. You want a mare= everyone is selling geldings

    3. You NEED a gelding= EVERYTHING is mares.

    And these are KILLING me right now

    4. The ABSOLUTE tallest you can have is 14.2hh (and that's pushing it)=

    5. When anything smaller than 15.0hh is automatically out the window= you
    can't find anything taller than 14hh.

    6. You've always looked for something to finish off= Everything was already

    7. You need a finished horse (or at least the finished side of
    green)= Everything you come across that fits the height
    requirement, hasn't been touched in over 10 years!!!!

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        08-06-2013, 02:13 PM
    Also when you aren't looking to buy, there is a gazillion horses that meet your every requirement for sale at bargain prices. Why is that I ask?
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        08-06-2013, 02:16 PM
    And right now is a GREAT time to buy down here as far as prices, and I CAN'T FIND A D**N THING!!!!!
        08-06-2013, 02:37 PM
    Originally Posted by waresbear    
    Also when you aren't looking to buy, there is a gazillion horses that meet your every requirement for sale at bargain prices. Why is that I ask?
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    Yes!!!! When I wasn't looking seriously, I found a ton of horses! When it came time to actually buy... Nothing.
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