I am getting a horse from a friend to hopefully sell for her. He never raced, has foxhunted and been ridden by kids (good riders). She thinks he'll be more marketable here, as she is older and doesn't show or anything anymore.
I was wondering if you guys might comment on his pedigree. he is solid black and just under 16hh, cute and an easy keeper, so looks a bit fat now.
Clarksdale, MS--the golden buckle on the cotton belt
Don't know where you are, but if the horse is a proven foxhunter there are several sites devoted to their sales. You could also post on FOL (Foxhunters Online). You'd have to join the mailing list and the instructions are here: www.foxhunters.org
"I'm a lumberjack, and I'm okay." Thread killer Extraordinaire
decently bred on top for jumper lines but really at coming 8, a gelding and well under saddle since he foxhunts the pedigee isn't too important to marketing him at this point. Pedigree is a bigger issue trying to weed out prospects that are not well undersaddle or broodmares.