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What would a great granddaughter of easy jet be sold for?

Posted: Tue Dec 09, 2014 10:38 pm
by alexislunsford
Looking at a 18 month old fill for sale, wondering what her proper value could be [/img]

Re: What would a great granddaughter of easy jet be sold for

Posted: Tue Dec 09, 2014 10:46 pm
by Faster horses
alexislunsford wrote:Looking at a 18 month old fill for sale, wondering what her proper value could be [/img]


Depends.
On where you are.
What kind of shape is she in.
Do you get the registration papers.
What color she is.

These things all figure into what she is worth.

Posted: Tue Dec 09, 2014 10:48 pm
by alexislunsford
Location in south ga, she's in good shape, I will get reg papers and her color is chestnut.

Re: What would a great granddaughter of easy jet be sold for

Posted: Wed Dec 10, 2014 2:12 am
by loomixguy
alexislunsford wrote:Looking at a 18 month old fill for sale, wondering what her proper value could be [/img]


That's a loaded question if there ever was one. FH is right, there are many factors, but you need to remember, every generation away from the 14 Ranch, the blood is that much less pure. Is this filly going to go to the track, the show ring, to do dressage, to rope steers, or to just go to the backyard, eat hay, and "I've got a great grand daughter of Easy Jet."?

My Dad had a stud that was double bred Old Sorrel. That sure didn't mean that he owned the King Ranch. They've gotta be worth $500 before they're worth any more, and registration papers aren't any better than the person who applied for them.

Too many variables to say without a doubt that she's worth X dollars. Kinda like "What's a 2011 F350 worth?" You've gotta nail it down a little more specific than that.

Posted: Wed Dec 10, 2014 8:18 am
by alexislunsford
I'd like to use her for barrels, she built well. I tried posting am image of her apples but it won't allow me on the phone I will try later from the computer.

Posted: Tue Dec 23, 2014 11:03 pm
by Silver
I've got a young mare with Peppy San on the front side of her papers. Might just giver her away to a good home.

Posted: Wed Dec 24, 2014 6:41 am
by Denny
You can buy reigistered mares all day long here for $300 to $600 not much value in pedigrees and papers it's the training that makes a horse valueable. Thats why I'm so set against people breeding mares just to get an awe moment for a few months.