, from Horse-N-Around Farm is advertising one of her horses for sale and had the wrong color listed. The color happens to be rare and her price reflects that. I notified her to let her know the rather obvious error and she became indignant. I later received an email from a very agitated woman that is the webmaster of the site where the false advertising is. They refused to change it and made some excuse that because the horse was registered as this color, it was "illegal" to change it and it would cost a lot of money....all lies. In addition, the webmaster, Judy, claimed that the owner was distressed and I was not to contact her again or I would be sued.
These women are the reason people distrust people selling horses. I don't trust them! They use tactics like distress, "I didn't know", "it's too expensive to change it (yeah right, $20)", "it's illegal to change it on the papers" and other crazy, stupid reasons that they cannot be open and honest about their mares color. [continued below]....
..... Anyone who would like to see what sort of bizarre things they emailed to me is welcome to inquire. I have the crazy emails sent to me by Judy. The owner is still to "traumatized" to write back to me herself. This woman has to be unstable mentally or an absolute con artist.
They are obviously attempting to sell this mare, Dillon & Alen Masterpiece (aka Sparkle) as a champagne tobiano and for $4000! They refuse to acknowledge publicly that the mare is anything but what she is, buckskin tobiano. How hard can it be to be truthful? How hard can it be to simply provide the truth in writing in an advertisement?
Do Not trust these women. They are liars.