Horse Sales Rules #5

 Correcting the pronunciation or understanding of common (to most exp horse people) words or terms such as (but never limited to) Dressage, fetlock, withers, halter, headstall, gelding, stallion, mare, gaited, farrier, flying lead change, soundness, the pace, trotting, leg aides or side pass while giggling coffee out your nose, is usually frowned upon. So when your buyer says they do not want a pregnant gelding or a female stallion, or one that has gaits or trots, because they don’t want a sounded horse, try to keep from falling to the ground in mirth. If you simply cannot help it, try to say you are actually crying because of cramps.

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