06-19-2010, 06:45 PM
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So much affect's a horses asking price.
Age, breed, conformation, height, color, breeding/lines, health(health problems or previous injuries), temper, the area you live in, what the demand is and what is available, the horse population local to you, the economy.
A horse that sells for $3,500 here locally won't sell for anymore than 1,000 in certain areas. In Europe, you can buy registered and absolutely outstanding warmbloods for a third of the price of how much you would pay here.
Not sure this helps, but there you go.