I'm currently trying to sell a horse and would like to do all I can to attract potential buyers.
He is a jumper..but I personally can not jump him, kind of a complicated situation to explain. I'm trying to get someone to jump him so I can find out more about what he can do and get some pictures of him over fences and all...but in the meantime...
I'd love if I could have some ideas for things to work with him on. Preferably things on the ground, because there is a major personality/confidence issue and I can only ride him a little bit at the moment (one of the reasons for selling..)
But I have no issues doing anything at all on the ground with him.
So, what "extras" would you like to see in this type of horse that would give him that extra spark? Or does anyone have any other advice that would help make him shine brighter than the other horses out there?
He has quite a bit of groundwork on him..sort of a mixture of Clinton Anderson and Chris Cox's methods. I will be working with him on trailer loading (no clue how he is about it yet as I have no trailer but will be using a friend's) if needed and any other basics like that..
But is there anything extra I could do that would put him ahead?
Here is his Dream Horse ad if that's any help at all:
DreamHorse.com Horse ID: 1538635 - Kainne
Thanks for any and all advice