Wow, if she's what they consider a "super nice" horse, I would be very worried about what they consider an "decent" horse .
I'd be willing to give $1000, MAYBE, depending on what her lines were up close. A good looking horse like that with good lines could make a quick turnaround with 30 days of good training. If she's really as broke as they claim (she looks very tolerant but a lot can change when you actually ask them to do something), then put a bit more handle on her and she'd be worth a very pretty penny in the right market.
Describes my horse, though to me he's worth more than 1k even though I douby someone would buy him for that :) At least they spelled out everything, including care.. I don't like how they have to wait till tax returns though to buy. How would they have the money if a horse needed a vet?
Skye is a pretty, 14.2hh, 9 year old, solid quarter/paint mare. Sorrel with flaxen mane and tail. Great looking little mare with a decent personality. Sound in both body and mind, and very smart. She is a seasoned, sure-footed trail horse who doesn’t quit. Skye is up to date on all vaccinations and worming and has very good feet.
I have owned her since she was a yearling, and trust her enough to ride her with my infant son. She is a very solid, trustworthy horse to ride. No buck in her. She has recently been used for riding pasture/checking cows in Saskatchewan and has been used for heeling cattle. She works cows well, and is able to hold her own when being roped off of.
Skye is not a horse with a lot of speed, however when she is asked, she will give it all she’s got! She is suited to someone who is an intermediate to advanced rider.NOT A BEGINNERS OR KIDS HORSE.
Hoping to find her a loving and knowledgeable home ASAP.