In a Nutshell
Here's What the Stories Tell Us
- If you look at a horse and something seems "not right," don't buy.
- Take someone you know and trust when you're horse shopping; at the very least, you'll have a witness to what the seller tells you.
- If a dishonest trader has deceived you by hiding soundness or temperament problems, you'll probably know within a week or two. Insist on a two week trial period or a refund agreement (in writing) before you buy.
- Have a pre-purchase exam done by a veterinarian if you possibly can.
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