Horses Ads and Horses for Sale
Buying or selling a horse has never been easier. These websites bring you thousands of horses that are for sale under one easy to use website. With a few clicks you can find horse ads and classifieds in your area, or find horses with the breeding, training, color, or any other attribute that you are interested in. No matter what type of horse you want to buy or sell, such as Quarter Horse, Thoroughbred, Pinto, Paint, Pony, Ponies, Arabian, Saddlebred, Tennessee Walker, Cross Bred Horses, Appaloosa, Connemara, Warmblood, Morgan, POA, Trakehner, or a Welsh Pony you can find ads and classifieds at Horsefinders.
Buying a Horse
There are many websites that list horses for sale. Some have thousands of horses for sale, while most have a few hundred. We believe to find a horse for sale, to find that perfect horse ad, you need to look at many thousands of horses for sale.
Selling a Horse
Selling a horse can be easy, or it can be difficult and time consuming and you may not get the price you would like for your horse. Using websites to sell your horse is a good strategy.
Why use internet to sell a horse?
Photos help sell your horse. Have you ever been to a website and looked at text only listings of horses with no photos? The tendency is to skip text ads and look at horses that have photos. If you are serious about selling your horse and getting full value for that horse you should place a photo classified horse ad and utilize the power that good, large photos of your horse creates.
How to sell your horse?
Take good pictures of the horse.
Position your horse for the photo shoot with the sun to your back. Overcast days will flatter your horse more than full sun. Take several photos from several angles. At a minimum one shot from the front, side and rear. Take several shots of your horse being ridden or performing in the discipline the horse excels at.
Many websites will allow the posting of video. Use it! Nothing shows your horse as well as video. Just make sure that your horse is performing and behaving well. Showing your horse entering a trailer, standing quietly for the farrier, being groomed and washed are all important but overlooked qualities that a buyer will be interested in.
Be honest about the qualities of your horse. Deceptive exclusions can create ugly legal situations that should be avoided with clear, accurate descriptions of your horse.