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Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: South East Texas
Here is what is wrong with your ad:
by not worked with very much, what do you mean? Is she halter trained? Not halter trained? Can she be caught? Does she lead? Does she tie? Will she let you trim her feet? You are being very subjective when you say 'not much.'
Is she gaited or not gaited? 'appears' isnt good enough considering that she is a KMH. A video of her 'great movement' would sell her faster as well.
The picture you chose is no good at all to sell her. She's in a shabby fence with an ill-fitting halter, looking down and not squared. Even one good conformation picture with her standing on level ground, with the photographer at her hip taking a picture will sell her much easier than this one. Get a good halter on her, have someone get her interested and alert looking, stand her up away from the fence without anything distracting in the backround, and bathe/brush her if she'll allow it. The better she is presented, the more interest you will get.
Also, unless the gelding has serious vices, I highly doubt that someone will grade you a broke, young, healthy gelding for your barely handled filly.
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