Horse serum is made by taking horse blood that has developed immunities to toxins. The clotted blood was separated using chemical techniques.
By providing an area to graze on unsoiled grass, protection from the elements, clean water, ample food, exercise and company.
Firstly you need to consider you actually have the knowledge, space, ability and time to care for a horse. If you don't have all of these things, then you really shouldn't have one. If you do, then the first step is probably to make some friendlyt contacts.
Buying horse by word of mouth can often mean you find more reputable dealers, and can have some history of the horse you are buying. When you hear of a horse you would like to go and see, go and see it. make sure you see it ridden, handled, and ask handle and possibly ride it yourself, if it appears safe. Always take someone with you, and don't be afraid to go back more than once. Ask lots of questions, especially about history and health. If you want a jumping pony, make sure you see it jumped, if you want something to hack out alone, watch someone take it upo the road alone, or for something good in traffic, ask ride out with them somewhere fairly busy (but not unsafe!) always wear a reflective jacket!
Once you have decided on a horse to buy, you need to consider the finances. Can you afford it? Should you try to haggle the price down?Ask what is included in the price, for example tack and blankets. Then consider if youm feel it necessary to have a vetting done or not, an experienced person wiull be able to help you decide.
Finally you must prepare your yard for the new horse. make sure he has a clean stable, and field, and when turning him out with others for the first time, keep a close eye on their behaviour,m he may be bullied. When he settles down, then enjoy him.