04-03-2012, 11:25 PM
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More than anything temperament and attitude. That's my biggest thing to check out. Ask to watch the horse to be tacked up (that was a big mistake for me. When I bought Ke he didn't take the bit I later found out once I brought him home. ), as to watch him being ridden and to ride him. (I met a horse once that I got along with but was not the mover for me. He was terribly uncomfortable and wouldn't of worked with my arthritis). To me its important to check the horses coat. Healthy looking coat means healthy all the way around. (The same can be said about people too)
I ask about:
And what ever generates a question, catches my interest, or must be asked.
That's just what I look for personally, hopefully this will help. :)
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