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post #11 of 12 Old 03-31-2017, 01:37 AM
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She is beautiful and honestly if you feel comfortable with her go with her. if she is green but rideable you both will learn off of each other. You can also train her the way you are comfortable to ride etc. Thats my opinion though. I train / break horses for a living. When you get a saddle that fits to where you can reach the stirrups you will really be able to see how it is to ride her. :) and welcome to the forum by the way!!! :) Good luck on your search for a horse!!

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post #12 of 12 Old 03-31-2017, 05:45 PM Thread Starter
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Thank you! She is beautiful, isn't she? It's so funny because she's everything I totally swore I would never want in a horse, mare, cremello, and QH. She was the second horse I tried out of five, and I keep going back to her as my favorite out of all of them. I think what I might do is ask her owner if she would consider a lease to own situation, that way if she really isn't the horse for me after x amount of months, I don't have to feel bad about 'giving up' on her or having to worry about reselling. But at the same time, I can take my time getting to know her and not worry about someone else buying her while I decided if she's the one.
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