Thank you so much for calming me down. I thought having him separately would be the best choice but I wasn't sure if he wouldn't be trying to run away to the other horses constantly, if he wouldn't be sad having to be alone. He is a bit of a loner, the one time he was on a pasture at my friend's he didn't really like to be bothered by the other horses, he minded his own business. But then again, I can't absolutely tell what's going to happen, he hasn't seen a pasture (except that one day/night and it wasn't really a proper pasture, more of a paddock) since he was brought from Netherlands 4 years ago, I have absolutely no clue how he's going to react when he's out on one. He might just take off to the woods and I'll never see him again!
Nah, that was a joke. I take him out for grass as often as I can for as long as I have time to on a lead so too much grass also souldn't be a problem, I don't think he'll be bothered much by eating when he will, for the first time in years, have so much space to run around, stretch out, have fun. I just really hope the owner meant it seriously when he said they could make the separate pasture for him, he did mention it himself but after I said that it would be probably the best and started asking more about it, he was trying to convince me that having Max with other horses would be the best solution for him anyway. I'll just have to tell him he'll either really make it (as he was the first one to offer it) or I can't have my horse there. It's a small private stable in the hills, it's nothing fancy like the one we're in now but the decision has been made and we have to leave, I can't stand any more trouble in the current stable. Things get lost, damaged, travel on their own, horses have no bedding (well, they have some dust kinda thing there), no pasture or paddocks whatsoever (horses 24/7 basically on concrete) and the owner is always there to make even more problems, even there where they're totally unneeded. I once came to the stable and Max had his head scratched from a bridle (it was obvious somebody rode him, lunged him or something, I take very good care so anything like that doesn't happen to him) and when I came to the owner to ask him what happened to my horse, he started shouting at me that it's my business, why do I come bothering him with my problems and who do I think I am by thinking he could have something in common with my horse getting injured. A**HOLE. What a story I have written again... I'm sorry, these days I'm really disappointed with how things are so I hope after we move Max (should be this weekend) things will be much better. It won't be perfect, but anything is better than having your horse stabled in stables owned by a totally ignorant person. I'm going to the stable now, I wasn't there yesterday so I'm looking forward to seeing Max again so much, I'm just wondering what argument we're going to have today