Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Western Pennsylvania
I completely understand about the contract. I plan on revising it and making it more detailed if she already has one written up (I think she has 1st refusal for all the horses she sells).
And I know about the friend's thing, it's happened to me before. It was bad without worrying I was going to have my horse evicted/bought back, I definitely don't want to go down that road again with the horse issues on top of it.
I'm glad I'm actually getting some feedback on this whole situation, it gives me something to think about from different views while I'm doing nothing in school. :p If I don't find a for sure boarding arrangment I can afford, I will call the seller back and tell her that I cannot find an affordable (or worth the amount of money) place to board, and therefore cannot buy the horse from her. I'd feel bad about it and be sad (for lack of better vocabulary), but if I can't take care of the horse to my standards, I just won't be able to have one until I can. Which I understand, and I will not lower my own standards for a partner I'll be sitting on everyday, lol.
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