01-18-2011, 12:57 AM
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If you have no reason to believe the horse would not make a good jumping prospect, ask the current owners if you can free jump the horse before you decide. Jumping is a natural movement, but horses are smart enough to see all sorts of ways around the jump as opposed to over it. Just because a horse "can" do something, doesn't make them a great prospect for it. What is it that you know you like about the horse other than affordability?