Thanks for the response. I should have put what my own goals are haha.
We often forget to mention that in the heat of the moment.
Now actually take the time to write down what is important to you....
Basic stuff, Like, I can cope with attitude, but I will NOT have a horse who rears or bolts, small bucks, yeah, can do them.
Even more basic stuff, what size and shape of horse do you feel most comfortable riding, look for something in that zone, not bigger or smaller.
You have to have a list of things that you will not take on, cribbing, needs special shoes, special diet, anything you don;t want to deal with, then ask those questions.
Next what do I want to do? Buy a horse that can do what you want, I have been frustrated in the past buying horses that I thought I could change, when I should have been looking for a good fit.
LOL, you didn't ask for any of that, but I typed it, so I'm going to post.....to make it relevant, look at that mare and imagine riding her, really imagine it, if it feels good then try her maybe. She looks honest and cute!