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Buying​ & Selling Horses wit​h HEF

Holland Equestrian Farm prides itself on a meticulous pairing of the perfect horse and rider combination. Whether you would like help purchasing a horse, would like to sell a horse or lease a horse, we would be more than happy to help you.

If we are hired to find a horse for you to buy, the cost is 10% of the horse's purchase price. We will search online and speak to our many contacts in the horse industry to find prospective horses. We will talk with the horse's owner, trainer, or agent to get more information and to determine if it is appropriate to see and test the horse. If we see the horse, the prospective buyer is highly encouraged to accompany us to see the horse and do a test-ride. If the horse is a good match and we agree that we should make an offer to purchase the horse, we can arrange a pre-purchase veterinary check of the horse, to be paid by the prospective buyer. Assuming the horse passes the vet check, and an offer is accepted by the seller, we can also arrange for transport of the horse, the cost of which shall also be borne by the prospective buyer. All travel expenses outside the local Weatherford, TX area shall be paid by the prospective buyer. The commission fee will be waived on all horses purchased or leased directly from Holland Equestrian Farm

Horses are comparable to cars. The first horse you buy is not a Ferrari. Odds are, if your first car is a Ferrari, you will put your foot on the gas to eagerly and end up wrecking it. Your first horse or car is probably the Honda Civic. It’s reliable and safe, and probably has a few miles on it to keep it affordable. Odds are it is also going to need some general maintenance, and probably just a little more than an initial new car. It’s normal! Always expect to outgrow your first horse. Your first horse is meant to be a teacher, to get you comfortable with the joys and worries of horse owning. This is not a horse that often could fulfill your riding dreams. It is a horse to build your confidence and fall in love with. It is a horse to keep you safe as you make mistakes and learn. Keep this in mind when budgeting for your first horse as well.