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post #11 of 17 Old 05-23-2008, 09:21 PM Thread Starter
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I don't think she had anyone great in her pedigree...nothing that popped out at me...Sonny Dee Bar might be somewhere wayyy back in her line, but didn't show on the papers

I believe they are asking $1000-$1200 for her...but not 100% sure
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post #12 of 17 Old 05-23-2008, 09:39 PM
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$800 would be a fitting price
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I'm sure she'd accept $800 for Zoey..most people will ask more in hopes that when someone haggles the price they'll lower it to the price they really want to get hehe

If Zoey was my horse, I'd keep her...that's how much I love her. She's a total sweetheart! She's an in-your-pocket horse...she loves human attention and just has the cutest look to her
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$800 seems to be a fitting price for all horses eh?
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$800 would be a fitting price
$800 seems to be a fitting price for all horses eh?
Horses that are not trained to do anything special and are not "show quality"...yes :) It's unrealistic to think in any horse market, especially the one we're in right now, that you'll get $1000.00+ for a backyard pet.
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$800 would be a fitting price
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'm not the one setting the price hehe
I'm sure she'd accept $800 for Zoey..most people will ask more in hopes that when someone haggles the price they'll lower it to the price they really want to get hehe

If Zoey was my horse, I'd keep her...that's how much I love her. She's a total sweetheart! She's an in-your-pocket horse...she loves human attention and just has the cutest look to her
That's the way to do it though and the way alot of people are doing right now...set your price high and accept offers. That's the only reason why houses are selling now.
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yep...I know if someone offered $1200 she'd definitely accept it hehe...but I have a feeling she'd take less for Zoey. If I had the money to pay for another horse to be boarded and for the vet/farrier...I'd buy Zoey up in a heart beat hehe.
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