**EFFECTIVE AS OF 8-1-2015 THERE ARE NEW FEES ON STALLION PROMOTION, TRADING AND SELLING**
>10% commission per horse over $1,000
>Under $1,000 is a flat of $150 PER HORSE
>Trading horses is a flat fee of $150 PER HORSE
>Stallion promotion 10% per mare referred
>ANY and ALL sales that are formed over the internet (Facebook, email, other social media, etc) are 13% commission.
>If you choose to use a video or picture of your horses that we took, and you want to keep or use on your personal website for educational purposes, etc the fee is GAS PLUS a $45 fee to cover uploading AND (if you request) you receive a copy of the video on a SD card or flash drive. (This can cover up to 2-4 videos around 10-15 mins each and 0-45 or more photos depending on what all is uploaded per horse.)
>Once you hire me I am putting time and efforts into the horse, if the horse sells with your efforts after hiring me you are charged a $250 fee to cover time, efforts, and data wasted for you to have posted after hiring someone to do the job.
Q: Why have such an odd policy?!?
A: Why would you hire someone to paint your barn/house for you to do half the job when you are hiring them to do the WHOLE job? Right before payday and promise them the whole amount then not even pay since you 'did the efforts'.
Q: Why the outrageous prices and policies?
A: Why should I spend my time and gas to go to your facility, use a SD card on your horses, because 'you couldn't sell the horses and didn't have the resources to and that's why you hired me'. Meanwhile; I turn around and you sell the horse using MY photos and MY ad text behind my back to avoid paying me because I'm more experienced and use MY resources. I'm sorry but I am NOT going to waste my time, efforts, or data (phone and computer wise that BOTH have bills I could've used otherwise) on you trying to avoid paying me because you were to lazy to take pictures or write something about your own horse.
** I'm not rude I'm just blunt and have been screwed over in the past and now have to have such policies to avoid loosing anymore money than I already have**