I think you must understand, that very seldom, is the horse we desire, in our neighbourhood or even in the same state.
Years ago, we had a yearling filly for sale. A lady from Vermont was interested in her. The lady flew out to California, installed herself in a hotel and visited the filly each day. She spent lots of time with her and in the end, decided this was the horse for her. In the end, she spent less money on the filly, her flight out here and hotel stay, than most of the high priced Gypsies you see advertised from those with huge advertising budgets.
You have to be willing to travel a bit, if you desire something specific. Either that or make sure you ask a great many questions - the correct questions, and ask for many pictures and movies. We have bought many horses sight-unseen, from all over the world. I would say, 99% of the time, these purchases work out well.
So keep searching and don't overlook a horse, because it happens to be far away.
Good luck and do keep us posted.