Buying a horse can be an exciting adventure; going to different barns, speaking with horse sellers, and meeting and riding your next potential best horse. Finding the right horse can be a dream, but, all that excitement can turn into a headache or even a nightmare if the horse you purchase has medical issues you were unaware of. The only way to avoid this type of scenario is to have a veterinarian perform a prepurchase exam. Read more about the best practices for the first-time horse buyer in the Polo Players’ Edition article, “Buyer Beware” and listen to expert advice from Dr. Paul Wollenman, D.V.M in the three-part video series below.

Click here to read “Buyer Beware” from Polo Players’ Edition.

©David Lominska

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