Horsesgs - I was trying to be helpful by providing you with information that I *PAY* to obtain through my annual APHA Plus subscription.
I don't care what you write about the horses. It is easy enough for a potential buyer to research the pedigrees if they are willing to put the effort in. I would advise that by posting ads, in some places it is possible you could be construed as a broker or agent of the seller and held to the some of the same responsibilities/ liabilities that they are. (Though for $500 horses it wouldn't be worth anyone's time to argue over any discrepancy)
For the sake of finding a good home, it might be wise to have the seller's review their information and update the ads if necessary. Posted via Mobile Device
If you advertise something as 'this' 'this' and 'that' and in fact they are not, expect to be called out. If age and registry are wrong, then someone's going to say something. Seen as your friend can manage to breed horses but can't even give correct details and answer questions herself, then I guess your 'it' for now.
Don't get snippy about, make sure your details are correct before you post an ad.....even if its for a friend.
In the meantime, I will tell you. OP, that AQHA does not equal APHA. 2 of the mares are APHA, NOT AQHA, so stop saying they are! Get the info right before you post. Period. Ond just because Stevenson says it should be closed, doesn't make it so.
We are only trying to help. Most of the people here have sold a horse and know what they are talking about. I can safely say CCH has. You can get in trouble for making false claims about something. Especially when your dealing with money. Its advice with the best of intentions.