(First paragraph is only for those familiar with my horse and me and who may be curious to know the situation that leads to my selling him. That paragraph can be ignored if wanted.)
I've finally decided it's time for me to sell Kainne..I've realized he's just not the right horse for me to have right now, mainly for financial reasons because he is a bit higher maintenance (he needs shoes and has to be stalled and is a hard keeper and needs all sorts of supplements and such) and because I was planning to learn dressage on him and hoping that by now after a year of owning him I would be well settled with him but a lot of health issues put that off and now I'm about to be really busy working to save up to move out and such and think it may be best for me to have a really low mainenance little QH or something similar that I would be more familiar with (I've ridden western my whole life) and could just hop on and ride around and fun with and all, and Kainne could go to someone who wants to show in jumping since he already has experience there.
So I've got him advertised in a few places online..I'm wondering if anyone has any extra tips? I have him listed on Dream Horse, Horsetopia, Equine Now, Craigslist, and Bay Area Equestrian Network. Only paying for the Dream Horse ad for now, my mother would rather I only paid for more features on the other websites and such after awhile if we have trouble selling him.
Here is his Dream Horse ad:
DreamHorse.com Horse ID: 1538635 - Kainne
Is there anything obvious that I should revise, remove, or reword there? Or any tips in general for selling?
Thanks for any and all advice