08-27-2013, 03:13 AM
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I agree with the others. I would tell her that you are contractually obligated to pay $100 per horse on the property and that you do not pay for horses that you do not own. If she wants to board the horse there, she will need to contact the property owner, get her own contract for her horse, and provide for its care herself. I would also tell her that you do not appreciate being pressured to commit an illegal activity by breaking your contract with the property owner, you do not run a charity house, and if she continues to harass you, that you will be forced to seek legal action (filing a harassment claim and a restraining order) with the police department. Be very firm with her when you tell her. You can not let anyone bully you or pressure you into doing anything you are not comfortable doing.
Edit: Also, if and, most likely, when she continues to harass you, follow through with your threat to file a harassment complaint and a restraining order. Do not hesitate to do so.