Join Date: May 2011
Location: Chino Valley, AZ
Make a list of exactly what you want (kind of like how you did in your first post, but more detailed). Order them according to importance. If age is the most important, out that first. Then training. Then size. And so on. Decide what you're willing to compromise on and how far you're willing to compromise. The two biggest things I would not budge on are age and training.
Have the list with you when you look at horse ads or go look at horses. If the horse doesn't match the list, walk away.
Also, don't get caught up in "pretty." No good horse is a bad color, and the "ugly" horse you pass up may be the absolute perfect horse for you.
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