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PostSubject: Re: Mangalarga's Breyers   Sat Dec 12, 2015 4:16 pm

I can understand that, I live in small room and I hardly find place for new Schleichs. That's why I'm so excited about SM size.
But I really really love Valegro and just want him so I'm thinking how to "stuff" him in our small room  Laughing

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PostSubject: Re: Mangalarga's Breyers   Sat Dec 12, 2015 8:38 pm

Mangalarga wrote:
Aaand I've decided to sell all my Trads tongue

Despite all my liking of Eberl's sculpts, they are very space-consuming (especially in the small flat I live in at the moment), and don't appeal to me as much as smaller models, especially Stablemates and Julips. I'll be advertising them on various forums after the New Year, I think.

Really? All of them?
Please, take your time with this.
If you need to sell them to pay the rent or to buy groceries then do so.
But if that's not the issue, then don't make selling them a quick decision.
Just put them away somewhere save. In a closet or boxed up in a garage. Just make sure they are out of sight.
So you can enjoy your free empty shelves...

And then you wait for 2/3 months.
If after all that time, you didn't miss/or will not regret selling any of them, then do it.

Just speaking from experience. Neutral

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PostSubject: Re: Mangalarga's Breyers   Sun Dec 13, 2015 10:12 am

I've already started to think about that 2 months ago, a short time after I ordered Valegro. When he arrived, I wasn't THAT happy as I expected to be. It's my second try with big models, I've tried a couple years ago at first, with one Classic and one Trad foal - also sold them eventually.
It's not a rash decision :)

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PostSubject: Re: Mangalarga's Breyers   Sun Dec 13, 2015 1:47 pm

I'm glad to hear that. Very Happy

So it's the little things in life that bring you happiness. sunny

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