Tips on Showing a Horse to Buyers
I recently put my guy up for sale and I have some prospective buyers coming to look at him this week. I have never been so nervous in all of my life! This is my first time selling my horse and I want it to be a good experience for all.
I've spoken with the the family coming to look and they are friends of a friend. I think that the girl looking would be a great fit for my guy and I really hope she likes him.
Are there any tips for showing my horse? I'm going to make sure he is immaculate - mane pulled, clipped, all of his turn out mud off, tack clean, etc. He lives in a nice facility with a well-lit indoor since we are doing this in the evening. What I want to know is if there was anything when you went horse shopping that turned you off right away? Things I should or shouldn't do?
Most of my horse shopping experiences have been really low key and sometimes odd, and I want to make sure I'm not "a story" down the road!