12-05-2012, 12:28 AM
| || | When I was looking, they had a 3 horse that I liked, but I only wanted a 2 horse so I had to order it. When we picked it up we were late due to road construction, so we just kind of grabbed it and took off. The day I picked it up the dr told me "no riding" so I just didn't check things out like I probably should have. The dealer did tell me that he use to handle a brand that a woman bought and her horse cut it's leg so bad she had to put it down ... so I know it happens. Guess I just trusted him not to sell me something that could hurt my horse.
Originally Posted by Phantomcolt18
Yup =) I check everything, especially now that I have a horse who could get hurt in a padded room haha
. I have heard so many stories of brand new trailers injuring/killing horses or just general problems that I check everything before I even make up my mind if I like it or not.