CompleteEquine Review

Nice website. Promises the world in his horses. Problems: Cannot come and try out any horse. Have to take his word. Price $5k and more on auction bought horses. Videos are done on horses that his big sons have rode the hockey out of a extremely exhausted so that the appear safe. Pay up front plus outrageous shipping fees. Promises year guarantee on any horse if you agree to pay to ship back and ship anther horse. Replacement horse IS NOT is the same price category. Always replaced with one that does not have current pictures or video. My first bout horse went for $6500 plus another $600 shipping.. Usual shipping fee should have been $325. Replaced horse because it was not as represented (crazy dangerous) and replaced by one of his voice. That horse was listed at $3000. A friend called to price that horse. Wanted another $625 for shipping. Horse came with heat stroke and shipping fever. Nose was also broken. Totally underweight by 600 lbs. Sad. Horse wouldn’t load on trailer. Still won’t load on trailer 6 months later even with a well known trainer here. Very abused horse. Complaint made to BBB. Out of pocket expense in 45 days of dealing with Council = $8k Stay away!!!!!! Do not believe anything he tells you. The horses are dangerous. Red Flag: No one is allowed to try before you buy!!!!

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Name: CompleteEquine

Country: United States

State: Alabama

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Phone: 229-406-1321

Website: www.completeequine.com

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