Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: Boulder, colorado
not in a million years because there are far too many well bred, well trained, and well mannered horses not mention much better conformed available that I wouldn't bother with a seller who over prices a horse by that much. I understand wanting to take in a challenge but there are horse's that you could buy that are already trained for a lot less with better pedigree why bother with this one? IMO if you were going to 'turn a horse' for profit why not start out with a lower price investment since you're going to have to feed and care for it while you re-train it anyways. I find it hard to believe even after your sort out his bucking problem and training that you'll make any profit when you factor in his care and maintenance fee's. It just doesn't seem fiscally feasible to overcome the money and time (which is money). Maybe you're a **** good trainer and he'll go straight to the top or be like that movie seabiscuit and he's just a diamond in the rough and only you can see it. IDK either way Good luck to you.
life has no remote control hitch them up and drive them your self
Last edited by Ashleysmardigrasgirl; 10-04-2012 at 09:53 PM.