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Equine State of the Industry Report: Cautious optimism evident, but breeding remains the key

Photo by Jan Swan WoodWell-broke, been-there-done-that geldings of good age are among the top sellers at any sale, as most people don't have the time or inclination to go through the process it takes to make one for themselves.

The horse market is an objective subject these days. The market swings from one extreme to another and that seems to be the case across the nation. People in states from Maryland to California, Texas to Montana, say the same thing: There are horses that are being given away, abandoned, starving to death, and other grim stories; and then there are horses bringing good prices right around the corner. It doesn’t add up, until all aspects of the industry are examined.

The horse market is an objective subject these days. The market swings from one extreme to another and that seems to be the case across the nation. People in states from Maryland to California, Texas to Montana, say the same thing: There are horses that are being given away, abandoned, starving to death, and other grim stories; and then there are horses bringing good prices right around the corner. It doesn’t add up, until all aspects of the industry are examined.

The horse market is an objective subject these days. The market swings from one extreme to another and that seems to be the case across the nation. People in states from Maryland to California, Texas to Montana, say the same thing: There are horses that are being given away, abandoned, starving to death, and other grim stories; and then there are horses bringing good prices right around the corner. It doesn’t add up, until all aspects of the industry are examined.

The horse market is an objective subject these days. The market swings from one extreme to another and that seems to be the case across the nation. People in states from Maryland to California, Texas to Montana, say the same thing: There are horses that are being given away, abandoned, starving to death, and other grim stories; and then there are horses bringing good prices right around the corner. It doesn’t add up, until all aspects of the industry are examined.

The horse market is an objective subject these days. The market swings from one extreme to another and that seems to be the case across the nation. People in states from Maryland to California, Texas to Montana, say the same thing: There are horses that are being given away, abandoned, starving to death, and other grim stories; and then there are horses bringing good prices right around the corner. It doesn’t add up, until all aspects of the industry are examined.


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