This girl is SO pretty, I wish I had the money/time/knowledge/resources to put into her, she looks sweet. But the seller, is an idiot. "for a child to learn and grown with"?!?!?! *head desk* *head desk*
haha the whole time I read the ad a voice was shouting the words in my head XD I hate when people use all CAPS.
Haha that guy is just the tip of the crazy iceburg when it comes to crazy horse people, the filly is cute though! Posted via Mobile Device
The sad part is that some ignorant fool may come along and buy that horse for that very reason...as a companion for their child to grow up with. As a parent this kind of thing really makes me mad. Nobody should attempt to sell a horse to a child that isn't 100% child friendly...dead broke, laid back easy going temperament. I can't tell you how many ads I have seen for horses that are 'perfect for kids' and once we went out and watched the owner ride, I was afraid to ride.....much less put my kid on. I swear, there is very little honesty and integrity in the horse industry. I wouldn't want a child's life in my hands...and by selling a horse to a child that you know is anything but dead broke, that is exactly what you are doing! To attempt to market a horse that is not broke to ride and very young to a child is just horrible to me. Sorry for the rant y'all but that just makes me so mad :evil:
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Haha anyway....Ugh I hate when people sell horses like that. Someone will probably come along who's never owned a horse in their life and expect to be able to train the horse to follow them around like a little puppy....just doesn't work like that. False advertising is terrible. I don't care HOW calm the horse is, a kid isn't going to be able to train a yearling! Especially a full-sized horse!