Sunday, April 8, 2018
What to Look for When Purchasing a Horse
Visit 1: Personal visit to talk to the owners, give the horse a look over for general quality, and check on the personality of the horse. You may also want to get up there and ride a little to ensure the horse understands basic commands.
Visit 2: A medical visit to ensure you are not buying a horse that has been neglected or has serious medical issues. The last thing you want to do is buy a horse you will need to spend thousands helping or worse...put down! Not all people are honest so having an expert check it out is helpful.
An excellent article on what you can check out.