As someone who spent twenty years in television news, I'm amazed and sometimes surprised at the poor quality of videos posted for sale horses. It's not always that way; I see some out there that look pretty good. You can see that time was spent in the planning and production of the video. Still, when I see a horse advertised for $50,000 and the video looks like it cost about $50.00, I wonder what the seller is thinking. A great video cannot make a so-so horse look better.
When Ashley and I first met in late 2002, our first outing (date) was on a cold night and we met for dinner at a restaurant in north San Antonio. We spoke, of course, of horses and her life as a trainer. Before coming to San Antonio, she had trained horses at a facility near Killeen, not too far from my hometown of Waco, Texas. This many years later I can tell you that having one horse person in the family and one on the sidelines works well with this crew. Actually, it'