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Irritated with Barn owner....advice? Long, sorry

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    03-02-2008, 11:44 AM
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I know its so sad. If it happened to my boy id be devistated.
     
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    04-04-2008, 03:07 PM
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I have boarded my Horses with a stable one time where the owner was a loooong time Horse guy.
But he had old style thought of how to treat Horses my Horse at the time didn't like men at all I told the owner that because I was going to do the feeding and cleaning of the stall.
But I came in there twice while he was in with my Horse I asked him why he said he was going to turn my Horse around for me he didn't like a horse that got to make the choice of who was in the stall with him.
I took him out that day because I was fortunate enough to have had found another place for him.
But my Horse did take something away from that stable a bigger hate for men.
And since my Horse was a Percheron Clydesdale cross when he got upset you had to watch out.
     
    04-11-2008, 09:45 PM
  #23
Foal
BARN OWNER

IF you want to continue training your youngster get him the heck out of that barn there is never a reason for a barn owner or anyone puting there hands on your horse is a mean way it takes away from all you are doing to train thunder. I have been a B.O. AND Manager of a barn and we would never stand for that to happen. A person who can not handle your horse with out abuseing it should not be running a boarding stable any time any where . You said you didnt like running in to the BO think what thunder is thinking when he is stuck there all the time with this waste of a person . MOVE THUNDER ASAP
     

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