What are they trying to pull??
I had inquired about this appy gelding for sale. When I got the photos he looked pretty much emaciated, but was an "easy keeper". He was a "kids" horse, but in the photos he was always on a leadrope, high headed, and had a rather harsh bit in his mouth. They supposably had him for a year and a half, but I just found his ad this morning on a dealers page and was sold in October/November 2009. I mean come on, if you bought the horse and he's just not working out for you, then say so. Don't lie about it, expecially if you are trying to pass the animal off as a kids horse! Things like that just really tick me off.