Okay, so this is my problem:
I live on 45 acres of woodland. My parents own a commercial goat dairy (we are in New Jersey). I am currently boarding my gelding at a local stable. The board fee is pretty expensive, but my parents refuse to let me keep Colby at home because we do not have enough room for a horse.
But here is the thing. In our barn we have one free stall available. It measures 12x24. It is attached to a separate pasture (5 acres of hills and grass).
We also have an uncountable number of trails suitable for a horse and rider, as well as proper fencing surrounding our property and all of our pastures. If you ask me, we have everything we need to accomodate a horse. Even my trainer said so. Why won't my parents let me keep Colby at home?