11-06-2011, 09:59 PM
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Ok, in my opinion, if the horse is worth it, stay with it, and if they end up being really ornery with it, and threaten you that they won't sell the horse, then get a lawyer and take them to court. But, what I would do is say I need some more time, look at a lot of horses between then and see if you find another one that is just as good or better and is really simple with the transportation and over all satisfaction. If you don't find a better horse then go back and try what I said at the beginning. Hope this helped, sorry about your situation!