This is interesting...so basically if I don't keep a horse long or it does not preform the job I need it to do but perhaps fits someone better than that means I don't care? I think moving a horse on to a more fitting home or retraining one that may have been passed on several times until it was retrained so it could find a solid home or good match is a good thing and even better if I made a few bucks. Sounds like a win/win situation for everyone. What about horses that people outgrown and are better suited for a kid with the experience they received beforehand? (like the show horse example given before) I don't think you are looking at the whole picture but rather what you are relating to in experience(one person).
I DON'T LEAD 'EM AND FEED 'EM, I RIDE 'EM AND SLIDE 'EM.
PLAYBOYS OKIE CODY "HOOEY" 10/21/2019