HRN offers a variety of services that we have developed to help simplify the hectic lives of equestrians.  These services are being offered in response to overwhelming inquiries from current and future clients.

Ad Copy Writing:

If you’re not sure what to include in your ad, let us help you! We have spent a lot of time pouring over many different ads and have developed an understanding of the information purchasers need to see and want to see.

To ensure we get all the information needed to write your ad, this service includes a questionnaire, followed by a 15 minute telephone or Skype (your choice!) consultation.

Fair Market Valuation:

Let us help take the guess work out of pricing your horse!

We will provide a recommendation based on a number of points such as age, training, competition history, past injuries, etc. and we will back it up with a fair market value report including relevant comparisons in your geographic area.

The Horse Finder:

An HRN original service designed for horse purchasers. This original and innovative service allows us to do the searching for you!  Using our extensive database, we will scour the internet for ads that match your specific criteria.

When searching for a new horse to buy, purchasers spend an average of 2 hours per day sifting through various media offering horse for sale ads.  That’s 14 hours per week! If you convert that to dollars, going by today’s minimum wage in British Columbia of $8.75, that’s $122.50 per week! Almost $500 per month!

Let us help you save time, money, and stress.  Contact HRN today for more information on how we can help you.


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