Originally Posted by My2Geldings
For the exception of one, I don't. I don't normally like to. I've sold them, I move on. I find it's to hard to go back and see a horse and see how they've progressed and how well they're doing. To me it's difficult because I do thru the "had I kept him, this is how gorgeous he would have turned out" type issue. I've sold the horses I've worked with for a good and solid reason and I rather just know they are in good hands and leave it at that.
I'm the opposite, I sold my horse to a decent nervous rider. No way he will be the same training as when he was sold. It was hard enough when my parents started riding him and he lost his responsiveness.
That's the same reason I want to sell him before college, I don't want to see his training backslide