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Horse buying usually involves a lot of looking and trying out. Sometimes, though, there are situations where you’re motivated to purchase a horse sight unseen, on the basis of bloodlines and/or a performance record, and usually on the recommendation of someone you trust.

So we’d like to know: Have you ever bought a horse without first seeing it in the flesh?

Please complete the poll, then check the results of this survey later in the magazine or at the Horse&Rider Gallop Poll Results Page.

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