-My current barn and one I've been at for almost a year and a half
-Will no longer be offering stall boarding as of September because BO is moving...somewhere. Communication is not so great.
-Everyone is leaving. The only horses left will be the ones BO is still trying to sell and my horse, as far as I know.
-If BO is moving far, I have no idea who is going to be taking care of the horses. Again, communication is an issue.
-Boarding is free in exchange for feeding/stall cleaning.
-The barn is definitely not going to be sold, as it's BO's parents who own and live on the property. BO has been living next door.
-The fencing is great but there is no shelter in the pastures. Not even trees.
-There are tons of trails and I mainly trail ride with my horse. It's been awhile since the trails were really maintained though.
-Further away than #1 but not too bad.
-Not an actual boarding barn but a girl from #1 is bringing her horse home and wants a couple of boarded horses to keep her company.
-No real trails but plenty of empty roads.
-Boarding price is good for my area but far from free. This is a slight problem as I'm unemployed at the moment. I'm working on this though. And really, paying board might leave me with more time to just enjoy my horse and allow me to be more flexible with hours I can work if/when I get a job.
So, advice? Please?
Oops, I guess I should have put this in Horse Boarding. Can I move it?