Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: New South Wales, Australia
If money isn't a huge concern, I'd buy her, set a deadline for yourself, like three months, and work them both for three months. At the end of that time evaluate their suitability.
Although, to be honest, you have your answer already. We always do. You like a horse that isn't yours, you ride it before yours, and you feel more connected with it than yours. They are both unproven have somewhat equal potential. The only thing stopping you is that you actually own Turbo, and you feel that you owe something to him, or you should stick with that.
You have to sort out that but you shouldn't keep a horse just because you feel you should. As long as they go to a good home, they will be fine. They're herd animals, we play a role in their lives but we are not the sum of their lives. They move on. We move on.
Just choose what makes you happy, it's that simple, and try to have no regrets.