Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Just south of sanity
First, get some good action as well as still shots of him.
Next, post him for sale on sites like DreamHorse, HorseClicks (free), EquineNow, etc. If you have a firm price, say that in the ad. If you're open to negotiation, state as much.
List his accomplishments, abilities, vices, health issues, etc. Being completely honest is your best bet, as people don't like it when sellers aren't truthful.
You have to remember that this is a buyer's market, and a horse with limitations isn't going to be worth as much as one who's physically able to do whatever his owner wishes. You may need to take a hit on his price in order to find the best owner for him.
This is your horse and it's up to you to make sure you give him the best chance at finding the right home. You probably should have started advertising him as soon as you knew you were accepted to college. Good luck.
You want the truth? You can't HANDLE the truth!
Last edited by Speed Racer; 08-04-2011 at 11:08 AM.