Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Middle-of-Nowhere, Illinois
That depends on a lot of things. Are the horses good quality or backyard fuglies? If they're registered/papered, well-conformed, have good temperaments and everything, they probably have a chance. It depends on how much they're asking for them, too. If I was in their situation, I would try to find a rescue facility or list them online for a dirt-cheap price. Unfortunately, even high-quality, well trained horses aren't selling like they used to.
Maybe the owners should at least enter them in some halter classes and see how they do. Show experience is good for raising a horse's marketability, especially if they do well and have some ribbons to show for it.
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Last edited by Jessabel; 10-11-2009 at 06:26 PM.