At GMHA, just after winning a spiffy blue ribbon, Theo decided to drag my ass half way across the parking lot because I didn't have a chain on him and he saw something that might be food. As we skidded to a stop, I snapped out that I was going to sell him for a plug nickel. A lady walking by looked him up and down and said, "I'll even give you a real nickel." Woohoo, offers!
When I got my gorgeous picture of him cantering, I told Trainer A that we were ready for his sale flyers now. She gave me a look. Hehehe, just kidding, coach. She might be a bit attached since I asked her if she'd be willing to do his Second level debut for me next year. Of course she said yes. She doesn't get to show anything but intro tests on green beans right now. Do a real dressage test? Sign her up! It helps that mi papi really likes her and she really likes him.
But it's still a fun exercise to make up an ad. I know several riders that make up pretend sales ads for their horses. Sometimes when they're pissed, sometimes when they're very proud of the progress. I know I'm not alone in this exercise.
CYA Statement: THIS IS JUST A JOKE. THIS HORSE IS NOT FOR SALE.
Expect the Unexpected
12 year old, 16h
Currently competing in dressage at First level with
Enjoys jumping, jumps up to 3' and enjoys hunter paces
Price: Your eternal soul. Firm. No, seriously, you can't afford this horse.