Originally Posted by soenjer55
The best thing to do is to put some more value on her. Get the registration done now, continue training her, and good, flattering pictures/ videos are a must. Get good conformation shots and a few nice artistic-type shots, maybe of her profile, of her moving, etc.
If you show, try to trailer her out to shows with you- it's good advertising. Even if all you do is walk her around, it's good enough.
As for her price, it's what people are willing to pay for her. I can't say what I would give you, since I don't know anything about her, but for a greenbroke 4 year old who isn't fully registered, I wouldn't pay much. Horses like that are going for a couple hundred dollars where I live, or being given away.
Are you in a hurry to sell her, or do you just want to find her a better home and are willing to wait in order to find it?
Sort of both, lol. We are going to start trying for a baby this fall, and ideally I'd like to have her sold before I get pregnant since that will greatly limit what I can do with her. My trainer agreed to ride her and get her "finessed" once I have her going well on the flat, but she (my trainer) is also very busy (aka flakey) so I don't know how reliable she'd be. It all looks good on paper, but when it comes down to the reality of it all there is a chance that she won't get ridden as much as she needs to to keep her improving.
But, finding her a good home is my top priority. She loves to work, so I'd love for her to go to a show home. I am not currently showing right now, but have considered going to some local schooling shows once she's a little more trained just so she has that experience under her belt.