Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Greenville area / SC
Regardless of her breeding and the reason for her stunted growth, I can't see her as a brood mare for anything other then a pony. Due to her size, lack lack of training, and unregistered status (even though that can hopefully be changed), in my area of the USA she may only bring $1,000.
With training and some showing, all decked out as a child's HUS (as an example) the sky is the limit. It all depends on how you market her. What is a drawback for an adult, may be perfect for a child (or very small adult). A TB type pony size can be an advantage but not in current condition.
I've seen a backyard horse with potential sell for $500 to a trainer friend and after 6 months, that horse brought $6,500. She know how to train, show, and market the horse. That is what you need to do to bring a good value for her.
I'm not arguing with you, I'm just explaining why I'm right.
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