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How much would you pay for...
cecollins0811
Posted 6/7/2016 7:33 AM (#2361)
Subject: How much would you pay for...



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How much would you pay for an older roping prospect? Age around 6-8, registered, broke with the bells and whistles, sound, a good using horse, not scared of cattle but has never been roped off?
I've seen prospect prices range greatly and I don't really know what to expect from a horse at a particular price point.
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rodeochick382
Posted 6/7/2016 10:09 AM (#2364 - in reply to #2361)
Subject: RE: How much would you pay for...



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Location: at a rodeo somewhere in AR
 I would think $2500-$3500
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MS2011
Posted 6/9/2016 1:10 PM (#2365 - in reply to #2361)
Subject: RE: How much would you pay for...


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There's so many factors to this.... how's it bred?  How athletic is it?  I could see up to $7500 for a really fancy one. 
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scwebster
Posted 9/9/2016 1:51 PM (#2449 - in reply to #2365)
Subject: RE: How much would you pay for...


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MS2011 - 6/9/2016 1:10 PM There's so many factors to this.... how's it bred?  How athletic is it?  I could see up to $7500 for a really fancy one. 
Agree. The papers will determine a lot. So will the looks of the horse. We give 2-4 for prospects with similiar age and attributes the OP described.  

Edited by scwebster 9/9/2016 1:52 PM
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