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When the time comes to buy here's some advice....

1. Take someone much older, who has lots of knowledge about horses, who knows what you want and your riding ability.

2. You do not have to buy the first horse you see or the second or even the third. Always say you'll think about it and let them know... don't let them give you the "oh well there is someone else interested coming by later so if you don't buy now...." Well, if there is, fine, there are lots of other horses to choose from. Odds are you'll get home and start thinking about the horse, then little things will pop up in your mind. You'll be happier if you haven't paid for him yet, because once they have the check we'll it's your problem.

Now not everyone is a bad salesperson but its best to be safe than sorry.

This will save you a lot of heartache and headache.

First time horse... I always recommend the older (10 and up), experianced, been there done that type. There is always time when your older to ride the young, crazy, I'm going to stomp you into the ground type. Then you'll get much older and once again want the quiet, experianced take you for a nice ride down the trail type.
 
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