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post #21 of 21 Old 07-30-2010, 08:49 PM Thread Starter
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New Barn!!!

On a side note, I met the owner of the 'mean' gray horse for the first time while I was loading Caddy up in the trailer today. I can't believe this...but the barn owner NEVER CONTACTED him when the horse was being a beast to other horses, breaking fences down, and put up in a stall for TWO WEEKS (the owner was away on business). He was also not called when his horse threw ALL FOUR SHOES!!! The reason that the owner was there today was to get his horse re-shoed as he keeps him on a strict 6-8 week schedule...and is surprised to see that his horse is literally LOCKED in the pasture with a padlock around the wood post and the metal gate!!! That's a new one to me....Also, he told me that he paid EXTRA to make sure his horse was being PULLED OUT of the pasture and fed grain TWICE a day...Let me tell you what...I have been out there at least once a day for 6-7 days a week for the past two months or so, and twice a day in the past 2 weeks and never ONCE saw that horse EVER pulled from the pasture except when he was put up in a stall (which as I said in the first post, he was not taken care of in) not to mention...and this is just me being a nosey boarder, There hasn't been any grain out there in at LEAST two weeks if not longer....I know where he keeps it, and there was no grain in the bins, and NO bags of grain in order to feed the stalled, OR pastured horses!!!
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