You’ve found the perfect horse!
Before sending the money, you wonder, should the horse have a pre-purchase exam? Julia Gloviczki, an ambulatory veterinarian at Rood & Riddle in Saratoga, New York often sees buyers decide based on the horse’s selling price.
“The price tag on the horse is the cheapest part of the investment,” she said. “You’re on the hook for costs as long as you keep the horse.”