We all know that there are a lot of horses for sale today. Some are great and some not so great. Sellers are largely very honest in their dealings but it seems everyone knows of someone who made a bad decision or wasted time seeing a misrepresented horse.
The 3 objectives of the top ten list are to help you, one, not waste time and money or a sellers time seeing and or trying the wrong horse. Two, ensure the experience and process remains pleasant for everyone and three make sure you are the buyer the seller selects to own the horse if they are considering more than one offer.
There are undoubtedly other tips and I encourage you to add your comments.
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Dear Jeff and Sue:
Just wanted to let you know that all the paperwork between Willy's new owner and I have been completed.
I am a very happy Impulsion Unlimited customer, and wanted you guys to know about it. From the time I sent Willy to you, until his sale, you both have been professional and helpful.
I had my moments of worry about his care and training working with a unknown, I should not have wasted a single moment of worry.
It was a pleasure doing business with you, and I will be recommending your farm to anybody I know who is selling or buying that level of dressage horse.
Very truly yours,
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