ridecamp@endurance.net: Re: Fashion and "The Market"

Re: Fashion and "The Market"

Thu, 6 Mar 1997 12:02:27 -0500 (EST)

In a message dated 97-03-05 21:57:31 EST, you write:

<< And although paying top dollar for a well-bred show horse might
minimise your risks of having a dud, it doesn't necessarily follow that the
same applies to endurance horses. >>
Our point was not that top dollar was deserved or demanded, but that the
insulting, meat-market prices were incredibly unnjustified, as unjustified in
ouropinion as $15,000 for an "ANYTHING" prospect, or just about nay horse in
our book. No, we are talking about themeat prices for excellent horses. I
consider $3-5000 a fair price for a competent, well-bred horse. Our sales
reflect that opinion.

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