Join Date: Apr 2008
Location: Gallant, Alabama
Not at all crazy for buying him, if you do! I own two seniors... a coming 20 year old and a coming 18 year old mare. Both require more nutritionally (the coming 18 year old is a rescue I got in November and the coming 20 year old is pregnant), but the higher prices for their upkeep are well worth it!
I also own a younger horse (a coming 8 year old gelding) and I would rather own older horses than younger horses. They're more reliable, IMO.
Horseshoe Loop Farm: Home of Gypsie (1994 TWH mare), Dakota (2006 TWH gelding), Jo (2012 TWH filly) & Minnie (1992 Paint mare)