09-15-2010, 02:25 PM
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Sorry, I did not mean to insinuate that YOU were dragging anyone through the mud. After reading your post back to me, it sounds as though both parties (both yourselves and the seller) were at fault. I do not think this seller is an angel - I will not sell a rideable horse to someone without a test ride when it is even remotely feasable, and perhaps she did take advantage of you being relatively inexperienced.
Now you know what went wrong, and how to prepare better in the future. I do wish you and your daughter well.
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