Selling a Horse you LoveSell a beloved horse
To sell a horse that you love........... Do you have any idea
Show Full View Version: Selling a horse you love............ I' ve just, to my amazement, my adorable kid 3 days after the commercial him, odd. I' m quite stunned because I thought it would take him forever to get into this store and awaited silken deals. It was such a treat to own, but I need a more experienced horse and can't keep two!
Did any of you sell a horse that was very peculiar to you and regrets it completely after the deal was made? I' ll be interested to see this, as I just offered my first and only horse for sal. But I' m waiting for my second infant and I don't think I have enough spare hours for him for the next few years, and by then he'll be in his later teenage years.
It' feeling like selling the familydog right now, really horrible. I hope he's not selling! Recently the only other horse I ever had on the market came up for auction and was actually not. You know, some folks just go ahead and trade with them.
Other people can't handle it (that's me), and there's always a tingling in the back of their heads when they wonder if they'll ever see the horse again. I' ve put the bangs in a new home and it's a nice one (I asked for pictures before the arranged sales and I' ve added links to new Facebook owners).
Sells the horse because although I love him & we were so suitable, my bond to the bangs went much lower than a domestic animal. I' m sorry to have to give the horse away, but not as much as I could not allow myself to give him the essence. He is now in the same pretty house, a pretty horse with the means to keep him for a lifetime.
But I don't really comprehend, if folks are selling by option, rather than need, then assert that they are ravaged & they love burdens. Obviously not, or they would keep it, not yours. I' m not saying there's anything off about selling, there's nothing. It is a decision you would not make if you love them so much that it is disastrous to see them go.
You know, some folks just go ahead and trade with them. Some can' t handle it (that's me), and there's always a tingling in the back of your head when you wonder if you'll ever see the horse again. Exactly that - I was urged by my girlfriends last year to buy my filly who thought they would help me.
Sells in a few day and I've been desperate ever since. It recently came back for selling at 3x my selling rate (despite they saying they wouldn't be selling it on). There was a beautiful filly that I purchased when I was 6 months old and that was only the little one.
I' had it for 2 years and then got into trouble financially and had to resell it. I' ve only oversold one and it was resold within two wards. I' ve been told to resell my filly the other night, so that a place in the Livree would work (only one, even if there is a big stall, but my Gelding harasses her around the feed, so he had to refuse it).
and although she's a stupid little thing, she's a part of my Iife. I and a boyfriend purchased an ISH brood mare seven years ago. Though she was cultured (very well) to fall showed immeasurable promise, but turned out that she had an infraction that would have lifted her as a 1/2 year old, which would be hurtful bound.
6, moving like a dreamer, pretty blood lines, wonderful simple horse that was at the junkyard. She gave us 2 filly in 6 years. They' re reared to be for sale. Much as we loved them, we always knew they would be for sale.
First one we ever sell to our breeding veterinarian for her little girl. And we love (present because we still do) these youngsters. However, it is as if we are their passing Gaurdian who give them a good introduction to their lives, but they are meant to be the steeds of their lives for other man.
but I had a horse on hire that went back. To a certain extent it's not so terrible because it removes the vote and you know they're in good hands, but it was still exciting to see him go. I' ve just, to my amazement, my adorable kid 3 days after the commercial him, odd.
I' m quite stunned because I thought it would take him forever to get into this store and awaited silken deals. It was such a treat to own, but I need a more experienced horse and can't keep two! Did any of you have a horse that was very peculiar to you and regrets it completely after the deal was made?
Although the toughest sale of my last horse was Honey, who now is only 3 mile down the street and is much happier with her new owner than with me because she hates training, she wasn't too poor at it, but would be a real sourpuss afterwards!
When you really love a horse, you wouldn't voluntarily yours. As soon as you are selling a horse, you no longer know what its destiny will be. Of course, some folks have to go and buy our beautiful horse, but if you really loved a horse, you wouldn't part with it if you weren't made to.
Right now going through, put my gelding above for sell I've had for a yr. he is now going up 7. He or the ascending four-year-old I breed. It was a really difficult choice because I love them both, but I fight with 4 of them.
So how many proprietors have raised their ponies here? One I have grown myself, one I purchased as a young animal and our brood mare. My first horse in my past was the one I purchased when I was 19 and held until I had a heart attack at the age of 29.
But I appreciate the fact that the filly owner (now mares) do the same. It' a great present, a horse of life.