It happened to me. I was looking for a totally broke, bombproof gelding for trail riding. I hadn't been on a horse in 40 years, and wanted something that I had a good chance of riding without getting dumped all the time. Also, I hadnever liked palominos, but as I was looking at the ads, all of a sudden I had to have one. I kept being drawn to an adfor a two year old filly, which was exactly what I didn't want - my horse trainingdays were way behind me. Anyway, I went to see her, and the second our eyes met, I knew she was mine. I didn't ride her or see anyone else ride her, I didn' t have a vet check, nothing. She was delivered to my daughter's farm an hour and a half after I first saw her. I was lucky - she is perfect. She is calm, well behaved and willing. She is totally bombproof - we have had deer and turkeys jump out right infront of us and she does't even spook. I have a medical condition that makes me unstable, and I have fallen on her front feet while leading her,and all that happens is I bet nuzzled. She is a rock - I love her to death. I don't have much strength in my hands, and she actually lifts her feet and holds the up for me to clean. She stands quietly while I wrestle the saddle onto her back, and doesn't move when I sometimes struggle to mount. I know she is young and at some point I may fall off, but I have so much faith in her that I know she,d never dump me on purpose. I truly believe something led me to her.