10-03-2009, 12:42 PM
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Yeah, I mean I may not even get a response back but if she doesnt respond by tonight.. I'll give her a call tomorrow and talk with her about it. I know that if I were selling a mini that was less then quality in this market I would consider any offer but maybe in her mind she truely believes that that horse is worth that much. Maybe she's just marketing her that high for color.. I don't know.. but I would consider an offer of 150 for a horse that is worth less then 300 dollars. She's had them up since atleast Sept. 5th.. Which will be a month now.. and she said she's been getting alot of calls about the filly but nobody's visited... because they believe she's still on the mother.. I believe that's a crock.. I think she's had other people come by and see her.. and they have walked away the same as I did.. If she's been getting alot of calls and emails about her since Sept. 5th.. she's bound to have had somebody come out.. Most buyers in this market wouldnt even consider taking her on, not being wormy, unsocialized, unbroken for halter or lead, bad hooves and atleast one that will need corrective trimming for the next month or so... squalid condtions.. and no known pedigree. Most buyers would want to know about pedigree, registery, would expect her halter and lead broke... most buyers would want to see her outside of the stall.. and not just look at her while the mother swings around protectively to block her... There is a competitive market right now.. why pay 500 on a less the correct foal when you could get a show quality, correct, lead and halter broke, nicely pedigreed foal for less then 300.. I just saw a 2 year old gelding, show experience, buggy broke and registered with great bloodlines sell for 300 dollars ... I wouldve jumped on it..but it was too far.