Join Date: Sep 2007
Location: Washington State
Well, if you want to find out whether it's a scam or not, you can reply... but DO NOT give them any of the personal info they asked for. If it's a scam, they're trying to get $700 out of you for "transportation costs". If it's not a scam, you should be able to reassure her that you are prepared to come pick up the horse yourself... or that you have someone willing to transport the horse for you -- so her shipping assistance it appreciated, but not necessary.
If she tries to convince you that the $700 for her "shipper" really is necessary, it's a scam. (And I'm pretty sure it is a scam, but if so it can be fun to mess with the scammer in kind.)