Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: Cincinnati, OH (USA)
Thanks for the honest feedback everybody, guess it's what I asked for. That said, I've had lots of people tell me to raise his price, lol. Matter of fact, I'm thinking of placing him with a consignment trainer (who sells horses in an avg. of 60 days & has sold 34 this year), and she said, having not met him, she'd list him for $15k, and maybe more once she's gotten a chance to evaluate him in person.
Btw, the only reason I refer to him as an American Warmblood instead of just a Draft cross is that he's been inspected. AWS takes so many crosses in their registry that it's basically meaningless just to say they're registered, except it's a good way to track actual DOB. But he's been inspected by the AWS and ranked Red preferred, eligible for branding, etc.