Talented Imported DWB Gelding successfully showing at Level 6 and schooling at Level 7. Uncomplicated 12 year old, 16.3H. A great opportunity for an adult amateur or junior rider looking to move up in height. Spectacular extended trot, flawless transitions, perfect lead changes. Price discounted as a result of identification of early stages of navicular. Bilateral neurectomy performed in June of 2010 with great results- Now back in full training, after all-clear from veterinarian, with absolutely no signs of sensitivity. A fantastic opportunity to experience quality and finish at a reduced price. For Sale, or Lease for $1500 per month to appropriate situation. We are a small, private facility, and we welcome you to visit Bandit and all of our other horses without pressure to purchase.
So the headline is Imported Dutch Warmblood Gelding for Sale or Lease price 45,000.
First off, price is already discounted and yet they are still asking 45,000. Don't get me wrong, I know that imported horses are rather expensive, but come on. The horse has the first signs of navicular, and surgery or not, I wouldn't be spending much on a horse that has the signs, especially not as a jumper. But what gets me the most is the lease price. The highest lease fee I've seen was about $350 bucks or so, this person want $1,500 just to lease the horse. I could go buy myself a nice horse for that amount. There is no place that I know of or have heard of that charges more than 500-600 bucks, and that generally includes training as well. Like I said though, cute enough horse, but the price is crazy.