So the trainer has told us unfortunely Muss doesnt seem to be the right horse for me. He thinks he's just a little too strong headed and since im not strong with him that its probably best to buy something less...horse for me.
So I've been looking under rocks and everywhere and anywhere at horses for sale but I'm being extremely picky about this horse.
So far I found one horse for sale that i like the sound of but i dont think it'll work as its only 6. quater horse gelding | Horses & Ponies | Gumtree Australia Southern Downs - Warwick
Hello he wold make a good alrounder he is quiet good around dogs and cars would suit a intermediate rider has done a bit of mustering and cattle work please feel free to ring me on xxx.xxx.xxx.xx
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but its a 15hh and a quarter horse which is what i like about it, i dont know something about the picture just grabs my attention i keep looking at it. But once again dont think it would be suited.
I've decided from where I live the best thing for me to do is cross out getting another thoroughbred and go for either a quarter horse, australian stock horse or something else possibly like an appy(they are pretty uncommon for sale atm)
But anyway, ive rang a few people about ads with most of them coming back to me and saying it would be too much a horse for me, which is good, i love personal opinions but its makin it a little harder.
Everything that sounds decent is 5000 plus which i dont think i can afford atm.
I found one horse that sounded great looked great, had done quite a bit and had planned to go see him and he sold the day his add went up a few hours after I rang :/ But anyways just wasnt to be.
Has anyone else found looking for the perfect horse is so hard!? ive found a nice paint horse x quarter horse for sale, but its 6500 negotioable which really was dissapointing as its the closest horse and sounds really good.
ugh, so annoying. how about everyone else? how long did it take you to find the perfect or a suitable horse? did it annoy you?
i'd love to hear some stories about how you found your horse!