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  1. #1
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    Default Best sites to advertise lower level dressage horse?

    I'm trying to sell my horse, he's mostly done dressage but can also jump. He's doing training/first level now. I have him on dreamhorse, equine.com, virginiaequestrian.com and a few fb groups. Any other suggestions for suitable places to advertise him? He's not fancy nor is he expensive, if that makes a difference... just a useful "guy next door" type.

    (ETA: not trying to advertise here, just need some marketing advice so kept my info vague on purpose-- mods feel free to remove this thread if this is not ok!)



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    warmbloods-for-sale.com



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    adviertise the horse thru your local GMO - they should have a classified section. (and any other GMOs w/in a couple hour drive...
    We don't get less brave; we get a bigger sense of self-preservation........



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    equinenow
    horsetopia
    dressagemarket
    www.localhorse.com



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    Dressage Market: www.dressagemarket.com
    Best bang for the buck!
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    I agree with Dressage_Julie, Dressage Market is a great way to advertise your dressage horses.



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    Also make sure to post on the Area II eventing board. Its free and maybe someone knows someone that wants what you have, a good guy.

    http://usea2.net/ads/
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