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    05-27-2010, 04:08 AM
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Unhappy from stalled with big pasture to run in shed small pen

Im going to make this about my main horse and not project horse, Trouble has always been stalled with atleast a half acre to roam. Always.

Now, I have two horses, got in some horrible situations at a stable (barn split up and had to stay somewere else for a month with no notice)

Now the only place I can find were I can afford boarding (im switching barns tomorrow) trouble will share a small pen with a run in covering.

I believe horses need space to RUN his new pen is the size of two roundpens.
And he's gotta share it with my new pony. I don't want Trouble to get depressed and hate his life because of the way he has to live now. Its all I can afford, it kills me. I'll be able to ride him 4 times a week, and theres a nie arena with trails. I hate beig poor.

Im just scared he's going to hate his life now.
     
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    05-27-2010, 01:02 PM
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The size of two round pens for his every day living will probably be just fine.

I assume he will get regular exercise and such, right?
     

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