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HORSES FOR SALE VIDEO CLIPS
Yes, they are all the rage and everyone's a Hollywood Producer. Billy Joel in 'Piano Man' said something like "There's Paul at the Bar, he is a 'REAL ESTATE NOVELIST" and so it is that many of the Horse Sales Video's have become Hollywood Productions, with many interesting yet not seen by the Multitudes, techniques.
I recently started Horse Purchase Assessments.....http://www.horseproblems.com.au/purchasing_a_horse.htm after attempting to educate through Facebook with my Quiz of the Week and getting attacked. We have now assessed 6 Potential Purchases, ranging from $$5,500 to $25,000 and found 5 out of the 6 suspect, by just watching the Video.
Then this Week, I had a quite an experienced Victorian Lady who
watches all of the Stallions and Dressage with the Stars, with
vengeance and she sent me a Video of a Gelding, asking could we give
an opinion as she was just practicing to "Get her eye in" We found a
number of things that raised concern in the Production of the Video.
ASSESS THE SELLER FIRST - THE HORSE 2ND.
It is my advice to you, to learn about reading the Seller, not the Horse, for it is the Seller that is your worst enemy. Judge the Seller, on their honesty and the best way to do that is to carefully examine the Video for Sale. What Tricks have been used?
ASSESS THE SELLER VIA THE ADVERT
Did you know that it is possible to assess the Seller by what they write?? It is, completely. Most dishonest People, still have a Conscience and you will see subtle indicators bubble to the surface in adverts. Equally though, you will see the well used BUZZ WORDS and KEY WORDS that show a Seller is well practiced. Warning Bells of course.....like
Do you see the same Riders on the Horse in every Advert? Do you see a Kid on a Horse that clearly doesn't fit them? Do they show Film of ridden in Heavy Traffic?
Crooked Horse Sellers are getting more and more talented and have more high Tec tools at their disposal. Photo shopping Horses, the use of transitions, the cunning cutting of Video during editing, re-starting the Horse in the same spot of the arena and blending it with the previous Lap.
If an expensive Horse, you may like Help. http://www.horseproblems.com.au/purchasing_a_horse.htm
Be careful out their Folks. It is a Jungle