Well the original owner of Zeke (Kimberly) has decided to sell him. Which I told you I keep him at my place, well this Thursday she is coming to get him. Because she wants him to be viewed at her place, the reason I kept him at my place is. Well 1. So I don't drive to go see him and 2. So I don't have to pay for board AND leasing. Now if I want to continue to lease I have to pay board to, and thatâ€™s until he's sold. So I have an option to keep leasing until he's sold, buy him, or drop the lease all together. I'm not sure what to do
, I love Zeke, but something tells me he's not the horse I 'really' want to buy. I looked at a few others but haven't got to much interest in anything yet. But she wants $400 for leasing and $500 for board. He jumps 4'6, shows 4'0-4'3 and has great manners. Good looking gelding, registered with the Jockey Club, bay coloring etc. He is really great but, I just don't know, she wants $9,600 for him. Which I guess isn't bad since he's young, show exp, clean build and has all his training. My friend said I could buy him and later on buy another.
Every one says he's not a horse to pass by, he's so talented and exp. Not to mention all his training and he's got great manners, very people friendly, and Iâ€™ve been around him long enough to know his faults. But Iâ€™ve been considering, working with a jumper in mid/good age. About 4-6yrs.old and work on he/she to get to a certain jumping point. Then I always have the option to sell or keep and show. I just don't know what to do, how can I decide? :(