^no gingerscout I agree. maybe it was a side ad? Like the whole 'since you searched for this item here are businesses in your area'? oh well.
OP buying a horse based on color or because it's pretty is a lot like winning goldfish at the fair. There's that 1/50 chance that it works out fine but then there's that 49/50 chance that it won't work out and end up making you miserable.
You haven't had your horse that long, what makes you think that he's not for you? Have you met this 'pretty' horse in person? You could decide to go buy him, sell your old horse and then end up absolutely loathing the new horse's temperament. It takes longer for a horse to get acquainted and comfortable with someone new than just 8 months. It could also be that this horse is pretty but needs a certain type of rider which your not, or doesn't do anything but look pretty.
Would you be selling your old horse or simply buying a second? This scenario requires a different reply lol