pickatuffjet

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  1. Guess The Horse Breed 2

    Spotted App?
  2. Guess The Horse Breed 2

    Spotted App?
  3. Will this work

    That is an AWESOME photo. You should enter this in any photo contest you come across. ..................just someone who appreciates art. Especially in horse form.
  4. Will this work

    That is an AWESOME photo. You should enter this in any photo contest you come across. ..................just someone who appreciates art. Especially in horse form.
  5. Help! Needing advice!

    I don't know but it's just a thought. Video the horse! With your farrier and in every other situation where she is a danger to you or family members. I do realize a contract is in place but I won a simular case in NC. It's called "missrepresentation" you in good faith bought a horse "he" owned. If he told you the horse was safe, sound, a cribber, crazy .......etc, (you see what I am saying?)then the dang horse should be what he was selling. It's not like you came to him and begged to buy the horse, right? He (I'm sure) advertised in some fashion for potential buyers. Find the ad, or however you found out about the horse and how he was representing it. And go fight like mad. Personally I would be fighting to get 100% of my money back and he can keep that horse. So counter sue for your money back. I don't care if he's a judge, he's done you wrong and he is trying to bully you around......just because he is a lawyer. Try to clear your head of the hurt you are being inflicted by him and get your ducks in a row (so to speak) pull all of your resourses together and go get him. I won my case! Good Luck!!!
  6. 1st time selling a horse Q!!

    The advice you are getting is good sound advice. If I may throw in my 2 cents worth. I have bought and sold numerous horses. Try to remember less is more. What I mean by that is stick to answering the questions they are asking you. I have had people go into verbal diarrhea to the point by the time they were threw I was thinking there was something wrong with the horse they were selling me, 'cause they were trying "too hard". If the noble steed you are trying to sell is indeed a good horse when the potential buyers come out to see him / her and ride...that should sell the horse all by it's self. Matter of fact I would encourage them to come and meet you and your horse and discuss business there at your place. That will put you at ease too. If the potential buyers are SERIOUS and not tire kickers, they "will" come look. Good Luck!!