The only time someone wanted to see my property before I bought a horse, I let them. I spent the previous day making sure.everything was perfect, not a stray dog toy in the yard and even the big water trough was scrubbed back to a brand new look. They came, said everything looked great, said they'd call later that week to trailer the horse, and I never heard back. So that kind of soured my whole experience with letting people inspect. None of my horses have come away with as much as a bruised hoof or a bad scrape, they are all a good weight and you won't find a burr or a tangle in their mane and tail. So, no, whatever my next horses are, it will not be at the discretion of some snob who can't or won't keep said horse for sale.
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