Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: Alberta, Canada
I have done it many times. There are tons that go through that are registered, but they are much more likely to get homes, the $50 ones will be unregistered. I would go and get two, with decent conformation and flashy color. Some things to concider:
Yearlings are hard to sell, but it can be done, especially if you have them super quiet and well handled so they could be 4h projects.great selling points:
-lots of crome
Are you prepared to keep them and continue training until sold? You may have to keep them till they are 2 year olds.
Is money a big factor? Like all horsey things, you rarely get your money back.