Market Your Horse for Sale

Gardiner, Wendye
March 2013
Arabian Horse World;Mar2013, Vol. 53 Issue 6, p140
The article presents suggestions on marketing tips for selling horses. It advises that the seller should ride the horse first to demonstrate the safety of horse. It suggests providing details of the horse's habits, manners, and training, before selling them to a long-distance buyer. It further emphasizes on the need of a legal contract for selling or buying horse.


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