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8 y/o gelding for sale in Arizona
new here, have one 15.2h buckskin gelding trail horse for sale in AZ.
Eight years old, good mind, sound, good confirmation, gentle disposition.
Pictures, asking price, and what part of Arizona would help you place this animal more quickly.
8 Y/o /Buckskin Gelding for sale
Prescott, AZ. Registered Buckskin QH, 15.2h. For sale to sober, experienced rider. No photo upload ability/ will send photos upon request. Current with veterinary care; innoculations/hoof care. $5000.00 firm. Permanent home for this great horse. He is a once in a lifetime trail partner.
(Merged two threads that were in the wrong forum.)
Especially considering the price and your recent membership, a lot more information would be necessary to get some inquiries. We can help you upload pictures which would be a huge benefit.
$5,000 for a trail horse? I wish you luck selling him. That's a really high price for a non-show animal, especially in this market.
You also can't demand someone to promise a forever home. That's an unrealistic expectation.
Iride is right; if you can e-mail photos, you should be able to upload them.
Just for marketing purposes...last December, south of Tucson, I sold a 9 year old registered Arabian mare, very sweet nature, good for a beginner - she was my youngest daughter's first riding horse - in excellent health with a promise to buy her back within 60 days if she didn't work out. I had bought her for $800, put at least $2000 in her training, and sold her for...$600.
Also, about 10 days ago, we got a 13 hand BLM mustang. 14 years old, good health, very easy keeper, previous experience working cattle on a ranch, running barrels, a lesson horse and a LOT of time on trails.
He was free, his tack was included and he was delivered to our house for free. All indications so far are that he is going to be a hard-working, level headed horse - the kind inexperienced riders like myself really need. Free. With tack. And delivered.
That is the market south of Tucson. And the experienced horse buyers/sellers I know expect the market to get WORSE this winter, not better.
Hate to sound discouraging, but that describes your competition on the market. If your horse has specific breeding or experience that would justify a higher price, you will need to highlight what he has done.
Can you not upload photos to something like photobucket and then link them to here?
my reply to this address was sent by mistake.
Mike at the administrator link brought this to my attention.
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