Just a few pointers to check before arranging your viewing
▫️You have the Appropriate funds available to buy before viewing
▫️No horse is secure without a deposit
▫️Please ensure you do actually want to buy a horse
▫️Please ensure the horse you want to try is a height you are willing to buy
▫️Be honest on your own ability!
▫️Make sure the horse you’re interested in is suitable for your intentions
▫️If you arrange a viewing, turn up or give plenty of notice if unable to make it
▫️It is polite that even if you decide against the horse, to contact and let us know you’ve decided against the said horse
▫️You understand horses are live animals with their own mind, not robots
▫️I am happy for you to bring knowledgeable friends/instructors
▫️I always recommend lessons, especially for novice riders and new partnerships
▫️If you have been out of the saddle for some time - go for some lessons to get the feel back before attending viewings
I do apologise if any of the above comes across harsh, or like I’m stating common sense.
I do work alone in all areas, therefore I do have to plan to work around viewings and fit them in, this does take up a lot of time.