Do you have any suggestions on the sale of a horse?
Glad you asked. As far as the picture goes. Before you send your photo, look at your picture and ask yourself if that was not your horse, would the photo stop you and spark some interest. If it would not, it probably would not stop someone else. Also the quality of your photo will play a huge part in selling your animal. Make sure your horse is standing with it's side torwards you, and be sure the sun is at your back. Make your horse stand as square as possible, OR if it is a riding horse, show someone riding it and having a good time on it. Never take a picture with the horse standing with his front end facing torwards you. It can make his head look huge. Your photo creates an impression of your horse. Remember; a good photo can be worth more than a thousand words.
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