Please be afraid of this women. Alisha Jacuzzi is a complete scam artist. I spoke with her about a horse and she told me how perfect he was. Sweet and wonderful and very well trained. She advertised him as a champion although the horse has never been shown and has no show record. She immediately wanted a deposit as a horse like this would sell really fast and of course this was not refundable. She said how the horse was so good she wished she could keep it for herself and she just hated to let it go. I emphasized the training I wanted and she assured me the horse had that and more. She felt it was best that I just ship the horse without seeing it as her customers are so satisfied that few come to ride. I am an experienced horseperson. I gave her the deposit and when I arrived to see the horse what a shock! He was out of shape and had a serious eye infection. She had him saddled with a child's saddle (I am not a child) this immediately was cause for concern. She was just trying way too hard. When I asked her about his eyes she offered to wipe them out. I had her put an adult saddle on the horse and had a ride on a horse that had NO training. It was a sad day for my as she suggested I pay her another 8500 and give the horse 30 days to remember his training. I suggested that she ride the horse and show me what he could do and he refused to get on him. IT'S A SCAM. She is using your hard earned money to pay for her daughters riding by selling cheap and poorly trained Internet horses to unsuspecting people. I am out 1000 dollars I hope I can save you. If she says he has people knocking down her doors to buy a horse to get your thousand dollars tell her you will come see the horse and if it's there it's there and if it's gone it's gone. Anything that sounds this good is not. Jacuzzi is the type of person that gives the horse industry a bad name.