Yes they do and honestly I have no idea where the BO goes. I've heard several other boarders complain. I don't so much have complaints as concerns. There are other issues with the kid that I haven't even bothered to get into here as they aren't relevant. She is a cute and charming child for all her out of controlness :)
Some boarders who've been around awhile even take it upon themselves to tell the child 'no' or get firm with her. I do not know them well enough to be comfortable although I did once yell "get out of the way" as I watched 2 horses get into a kicking match right near her right before I scooped her up and moved her out of harms way. I won't yell at the child but I will do anything I can to keep her safe.
I've calmed down and am not as much upset as worried. I don't have kids but I can't imagine leaving my 4 yr old alone (or with teenage supervision) at a barn for hours on end. When this happened Saturday around 6:30pm, the girls had all been there since at least 10 am alone.
I don't really blame the girls. They are teenagers and as such don't always keep a close eye on the little one.
I don't even know what sort of resolution I want. I know she isn't suddenly going to start supervising the kid so I may as well just suck it up and do what little I can to keep her safe when I am there. Posted via Mobile Device